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Chances for next cycle? [cGPA 3.13, L2 3.66 ,162]

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Year 1: 1.83

Year 2: 3.37

Year 3: 3.43

Year 4: 3.89

cGPA = 3.13, L2 = 3.66

LSAT = 162

Hey guys, do you think I stand a chance with admissions next year? I have decent softs, and will be re-writing the LSAT. Also, I'm going to apply access to provide reasoning for my atrocious first year performance due to personal stuff. I've scrolled through a few application cycles and the admissions have been a bit inconsistent in regards to numbers. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

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10 minutes ago, throwaway01 said:

Thanks for the optimism. Do you think re taking the LSAT can hurt me if I get around the same score? 

I don't think so. Most schools just care about your highest score. 

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