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I have a GPA averaging between B+/A-, 3.45 as a Junior in college planning ahead. I've taken the LSAT, my score was 176. I'm a history and international studies major at a small liberal arts college in Iowa. I have letters of recommendation from six professors, several supervisors, and several advisers. What schools could I get into with a GPA averaging B+/A- and an LSAT score of 176? I'm not worried about tuition costs because no matter what law school I go to, loans are going to have to be taken out. I would prefer B10 schools, maybe private schools, and catholic schools like Boston College, Fordham, Georgetown and University of Notre Dame. In general, with the criteria above, what schools are a good chance?