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How does Harvard Law School take into account two undergraduate GPAs?

kh741776kh741776 Registered User Posts: 20 Junior Member
I received my Associates from a local community college with a GPA of 3.70 in which I finished up my general education requirements. I then transferred to Trinity College in Hartford, CT to complete my major requirements; however, due to certain circumstances my GPA is in the 3.2 range. My question is how does Harvard Law School take into account two undergraduate GPAs?

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