How to Address a Low GPA in Law School Applications

No pressure, but grades are perhaps the most important single factor in law school admissions. Straight-A students may not be shoo-ins for success in law or in life, but law schools consider undergraduate grades to be a reliable indicator of academic potential. Students with good grades have a proven ability to analyze information, communicate well and meet expectations. Law schools see those students as safe bets, especially if their other application materials measure up.

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