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  1. As someone finishing up a Masters and looking to go to law, I would totally recommend it if you're passionate about the subject area. Law school is always going to be there. There is no rush to go. Spend time discovering your passions and becoming a better student before committing to a JD and a life in law. That being said, in this cycle I'm not sure if I was any more competitive than those without Masters, even though my Masters GPA is about a 3.9. But I personally feel that I am a better candidate now than I would have been right out of undergrad, now having a better understanding of why I want to pursue law.
  2. If it helps, I also wrote in January, have kinda similar stats (168, 3.65), and also haven't heard back yet. As others said, I think it's just a matter of time. 🙂
  3. cGPA: 3.65 L2: 3.84 + Masters (3.9ish) LSAT: 168 (Jan - only write) General applicant, filled out the optional essay. Strong ECs and thought I had a unique personal statement. Quite sad.
  4. Accepted today! (no email either) cGPA: 3.65 L2: 3.84 + Masters (3.9ish) LSAT: 168 (Jan - only write) General applicant, filled out the optional essay. Strong ECs, strong references, Masters in Public Policy.
  5. Still waiting as well! cGPA: 3.65 L2: 3.85 (undergrad), 3.9ish (Masters) LSAT: 168 (January - only write) General applicant
  6. In queue as of Feb 19th cGPA (OLSAS): 3.65 L2: 3.84 (undergrad), 3.9 (masters) LSAT: 168 (Jan)
  7. Hi, I also only wrote the January LSAT and went into queue on Feb 19th!
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