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<p>Hi:</p>

<p>My Stats: uGPA (Genetics) 3.55
PhD (Genetics) GPA 3.75</p>

<p>**These are in science degrees from the #3 and #4 Canadian Universities... these would be top 10% GPAs--grade inflation not so high here, esp. in nat. sciences. </p>

<p>LSAT 174</p>

<p>What are my chances on Harvard, Yale, Stanford? Any bias toward/away from scientists/foreigners? And what are the application fees, deadlines? ANY shot at scholarships for a foreigner like me? Tuition here is more like $5-10K, so it would be a tough decision to go south and pay $50!</p>

<p>Thanks for any advice.</p>

<p>Hmmm, stay in Canada? JK.</p>

<p>Actually, to practice in Canada you'd be better off earning your LL.B over there. If your plan is to go into Academia, well, you'll have to pay the big $$$ if you want to attend law school in the US. Either way, it's up to you. I am not certain as to what your motives may be, so it's kind of hard to evaluate your case.</p>

<p>Why the change from Genetics to Law? </p>

<p>Have a good day! </p>

<p>WF</p>

<p><a href="http://www.chiashu.com/lsat.html%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.chiashu.com/lsat.html&lt;/a> Just punch in your UGPA and LSAT and see the percentage. </p>

<p>Btw, your graduate GPA wont mean as much as your UGPA. It'll basically be considered a "soft factor"</p>