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  1. Thank you to everyone that responded, It gave me a bit of a perspective on how to move forward.
  2. Although I am not in law school yet, I did go back to school for a GPA upgrade. Even though it did take me longer to finish, I am glad that I went back. It will open doors for me to higher education. I will say that do think through this path because it is expensive, especially if you are planning to go to law school after. Also be honest with yourself why you didn't perform well in your first degree, and make the necessary changes in your second degree. That's how my grades drastically changed. You can PM me if you have more questions about this. Good luck with your decision.
  3. Hi everyone, I graduated from university with a four degree (20 credits) and did not perform well in terms of grade. I went back to university for a GPA upgrade for about 2.5 years-13 full time credits in total. I graduated with a 3.7 CGPA. Although taking this path was a long road, I am glad that I went back to improve my grades since it will open doors for me to higher education. I have been working for about 1 year since then. Now my concern is: when I take the cumulative average of my CGPA-It’s 2.85 (under 3.0). But my L2 would be 3.7. I am in the process of studying for the LSAT and aim to write it in August/September and would apply in November. With my scores, do I really have a chance in law school? I want to be realistic and practical about my chances. I have applied to a master’s program public policy with Co-op: if I get in, I am thinking of maybe pursuing that. And working for a few years and apply as a mature student. Or just making a career in public policy and forget about law school. Preferably, I would like to go to law school, but what’s been my concern is my chances of getting in, that’s why I came up with a back up plan just in case. I would also like to add that If I did get into law school I would be around 29. I do plan on having kids in the next few years as well. I am also taking that into consideration as well. At this point in life, I do want to make some concrete decisions about what path I want to take. Any advice would be appreciated Thanks
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