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Splitter-wannabe and Fulbright

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Hi guys,


I write because I plan on applying to law school some time after I complete my Fulbright ETA commitment (I am so excited for this opportunity). I'm currently a senior at a fairly prestigious  small liberal arts college and will be graduating cum laude with ~3.65uGPA. I know my credentials aren't great, but I'm hoping to get around a 176 on the LSAT. Since I won't be applying for at least a year and a half, I want to dedicate as much time as possible to studying for the LSAT during my Fulbright (I hope this helps as a soft!) time. Does anyone have any advice on how to proceed with studying? Any current or former Fulbright ETA's out there with tips?




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