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Does your undergraduate school matter?

Post by jb11111 » Sun Dec 26, 2021 7:47 pm

I went to a couple schools where I had a 4.0, before transferring to UCLA a bit later in life, where I graduated with a 3.65 (a humanities degree withan average of around 3.2 gpa and UCLA).

I don't feel like the course work was any more difficult, just that they graded harder. Do law schools care at all, or do they just care abou the rankings?

I am taking my LSAT in a couple weeks. I consistently get in the mid 170s on practice tests. So if I have a 3.65 and a 170 LSAT, do I have any chance of getting into my dream school of Ann Arbor? White male, so no URM.


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Re: Does your undergraduate school matter?

Post by crazywafflez » Sun Jan 09, 2022 6:18 pm

Most law schools don't care about the prestige of your undergrad.

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