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    Hi, I am 35 with about 9 years of work experience. I have a low UG GPA of 2.3 in chemical engineering and a MBA from an ivy league school (3.4 GPA). I am planning on taking the LSAT and expect a score of 160. I am interested in a part time evening program on the east coast. What are my chances? What can I do to increase them? also, i noticed that the LSDAC doesn’t report my MBA GPA but only my UG GPA. will this be considered?

    Thank you in advance for your time.



    Hi EJLEE and thanks for joining AdmissionsBoards!

    The law schools will care more about your UG GPA than your MBA GPA. To best gauge your chances, I would encourage you to post this on the Ask AdmissionsConsultants thread. Be sure to click “Reply to Topic” and not “New Topic.”

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