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  1. Accepted on 16 Jan. GPA: 3.49/4.3 (without drops) LSAT: 164 Ontario resident. Good references with 3 years experience working in a law firm.
  2. I'm 30 and applying to law school so I have a fair bit of work experience that I could theoretically put on my autobiographical sketch. That being said, while i was in my early 20s and completing my undergrad, I mostly just had kitchen jobs during the summer that don't look all that impressive and it's been so long that I'm not confident my verifiers would even remember me. My question is: should I put all these odd jobs from my undergrad in my autobiographical sketch or just put my recent, full-time experience in the workforce? I have been working full-time in a law firm for the last 2 years and have been working relatively full-time for the last 5 years so I'll certainly include that information. Was just wondering as sometimes it is better to leave things unsaid but I don't want the schools to assume I didn't hold a job until i was in my mid 20s. Note: my gpa is 3.49 and my highest lsat right now is 160 (taking again in November) so any small improvement on my application is really important to giving me a chance. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
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