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Just Now The acceptance rate is 9.72% and the yield, also known as enrollment rate, is 41.32% at Stanford Law School. With 23 pre-admitted students, total 180 first-year students enrolled in Stanford Law School. Stanford Law School Bar Exam Pass Rate Last year, total 171 students took the bar exam first time at Stanford Law School.

Admitted: 380
GPA: 3.79
Applicants: 3,908
LSAT Scores: 169

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4 hours ago Class of 2018 - Snapshot 4360 Completed Applications 380 Offers 9% Acceptance Rate 165 Enrolled At Stanford Law School, excellence is a given. Our community — engaged faculty and students, influential alumni, dedicated staff — is united in its belief that a Stanford Law degree is a powerful tool for change.

Estimated Living Expenses: $30,933
Student-faculty ratio: 7:1
Founded In: 1923
Students: 572

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7 hours ago Stanford ranks #2 in terms of student selectivity with an acceptance rate of 8.7% among those who applied for admission. #3 in Student to Faculty Ratio Stanford is tied for #3 in terms of lowest student to faculty ratio (4.0:1). #4 in Median LSAT

Application Deadline: February 1
Application Fee: $100

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1. Getting into Law School. Law school acceptance rates vary. Some schools, especially the higher-ranked law schools, are pickier than others when it comes to accepting applications.
2. Which Law Schools Are the Hardest to Get Into? According to Lawschooli, the ten hardest law schools with the lowest acceptance rates are: Yale University: 6.9%
3. Which Law Schools Are the Easiest to Get into. On the other side of the spectrum, there are safety schools: schools that have high acceptance rates and aren't as selective with admissions.
4. Deciding Factors in Law School Admissions. Top-ranked law schools don't admit students on a whim. They have specific factors that they take into consideration when deciding who to accept.
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6. Making the Cut. Once you have all the information you need about getting into law school, make sure you're doing what you need to do to get into the law school of your choice well in advance.

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7 hours ago Below are graphs of Stanford Law School applicants by LSAC GPA and LSAT score, as well as by decision date. You can view those who applied to Stanford Law School that were accepted, waitlisted, and rejected as well as filter by cycle and type of applicant (URM, International, Non-traditional, Early Decision, In-State, Received Aid, or Fee Waiver).

1. Application for Admission. You must complete the entire application form and submit it electronically through LSAC.
2. Application Fee. ...
3. Resume. ...
4. Personal Statement. ...
5. Optional Diversity Essay. ...
6. Optional Short Essays. ...
7. Two Letters of Recommendation. ...
8. Right of Access to Recommendations. ...
9. Standardized Tests. ...
10. Credential Assembly Service Report. ...

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1. Yale University. 3.84. 3.92. 3.98. 170. 173. 176. 6.9% 4.2. 81.7% 83.5% CT. 98.3% 75.7% 1,364,230. 65.0% 35.0% 11.7% 46.1%
2. Stanford University. 3.82. 3.93. 3.99. 169. 171. 174. 8.7% 4.0. 88.8% 90.4% CA. 95.3% 58.3% 492,859. 59.5% 40.5% 18.6% 42.1%
3. Harvard University. 3.8. 3.9. 3.97. 170. 173. 175. 12.9% 7.6. 90.5% 92.1% MA. 97.2% 75.7% 3,018,822. 66.9% 33.1% 16.9% 49.6%
4. U. of Pennsylvania. 3.49. 3.89. 3.95. 164. 170. 171. 14.6% 4.9. 94.9% 96.9% PA. 98.5% 79.6% 1,224,184. 64.7% 35.3% 20.0% 42.9%
5. U. of Virginia. 3.59. 3.89. 3.97. 163. 169. 171. 15.3% 6.5. 92.6% 93.9% VA. 99.0% 75.7% 806,421. 70.0% 30.0% 10.0% 26.0%
6. Columbia University. 3.63. 3.75. 3.84. 170. 172. 174. 16.8% 4.9. 92.4% 93.3% NY. 97.7% 75.7% 1,302,920. 65.6% 34.4% 12.2% 49.8%
7. U. of Chicago. 3.73. 3.89. 3.96. 167. 171. 173. 17.5% 5.1. 93.0% 93.9% IL. 98.9% 79.0% 707,136. 68.8% 31.2% 11.8% 37.2%
8. U. of Southern California. 3.61. 3.78. 3.89. 163. 166. 167. 19.2% 5.9. 71.8% 87.6% CA. 58.3% 428,076. 67.9% 32.1% 15.0% 46.4%
9. Northwestern University. 3.58. 3.84. 3.9. 164. 169. 170. 19.3% 3.6. 85.9% 91.9% IL. 93.5% 79.0% 827,547. 63.7% 36.3% 10.4% 43.0%
10. U. of Michigan-Ann Arbor. 3.55. 3.77. 3.89. 165. 169. 171. 19.6% 6.8. 88.6% 92.8% MI. 96.6% 75.7% 1,052,608. 61.6% 38.4% 10.6% 32.1%

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7 hours ago Stanford Law School Applicants. The following is a list of applications to Stanford Law School . Use it to compare your profile to others by checking on individual user names. You can also sort the table by LSAT, GPA, Status and important dates relevant to Stanford Law School .

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1. Stanford Law School combines classic and innovative education to prepare students for an interconnected, global world. The school offers 21 joint degree programs in such areas as Bioengineering, Business, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Electrical Engineering, Environment and Resources, Health Research and Policy, History, International, Comparative and Area Studies, Stanford Global Studies, International Policy Studies, Management Science and Engineering, Medicine, Modern Thought and Literature, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Policy and Sociology as well as countless customized joint degrees. In addition, Stanford Law School offers cooperative degree programs with Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and Johns Hopkins’ Nitze School of Advanced International Studies. Eleven clinical programs allow students to undertake the roles and responsibilities of practicing lawyers, and more than 25 academic programs, centers and proj...

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Just Now Stanford Law School’s admissions process is extremely selective - their acceptance rate is 9%! So, how can you be a stand out candidate? It’s your scores. As one of the top law schools in the US, Stanford wants stellar students.

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1. Yale University. With an acceptance rate of just 6.9%, it's no wonder that Yale is the hardest …
2. Stanford University. The second school on our list is Stanford University, with a slightly …
3. Harvard University. Harvard University is certainly one of the biggest names in higher …
4. University of Pennsylvania. The University of Pennsylvania law school has a low acceptance …
5. University of Virginia. One of the most important statistics in the University of Virginia's law …
6. Columbia University. Located in New York City, Columbia University is one of the more …
7. University of Chicago. Similar to Harvard, the University of Chicago law students are …
8. University of Southern California. The University of Southern California, fringed by palm …
9. Northwestern University. Northwestern University law school had an acceptance rate of …
10. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. With a slightly higher acceptance rate than Northwestern …

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9 hours ago Acceptance Rate: Offers / Applications 41.84% Stanford Law Class Profile LSAT Requirements What LSAT Score Do You Need To Get Into Stanford Law? The median LSAT score at Stanford Law is 171. 25th Percentile LSAT 169 Median LSAT 171 75th Percentile LSAT 174 Stanford Law Class Profile GPA Requirements What GPA Do You Need To Get Into Stanford Law?

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Just Now Stanford University is Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years school and offers both undergraduate and graduate programs with total enrollment of 6,106. The average tuition & fees of Stanford Law School is $62,847 in academic year 2019-2020. The acceptance rate is 9.72 % and total 157 first-year students enrolled into Stanford Law School.

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1 hours ago By contrast, the average acceptance rate nationally for fall 2020 was 44%, per data submitted to U.S. News by 193 ranked law schools. While Yale was the only law school with a single-digit

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8 hours ago Stanford Law School, or SLS, was founded in 1893 in Palo Alto, California. Stanford is one of the smaller top-tier law schools and, with over 550 students, they’re able to keep class sizes small and maintain a fairly low student to faculty ratio.

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4 hours ago In fitting fashion as the hardest law school to get into, Yale has the absolute lowest acceptance rate (9.7 percent), the highest median GPA (3.93), and ties for the highest median LSAT score (173

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8 hours ago Step 1: Obtain a high GPA and LSAT score. It’s no secret that high stats are an essential part of a T14 law school application. In addition to selecting a major you enjoy and doing well in your classes, you’ll also want to achieve a high LSAT score. The reason law schools are so hyper-focused on GPA and LSAT scores is because each school

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7 hours ago Getting Accepted To A Top Law School: What Really Matters. As a current student at Stanford Law School, I find myself frequently talking to current prospective law students wanting to know what they should be doing now to get into a top law school. My immediate response is always the same: strengthen your GPA and crush the LSAT. This post …

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6 hours ago The price to attend the law schools at Columbia and Stanford Universities and the University of Chicago will pass $100,000 this academic year, making them the first of the nation’s law schools to blow past that mark. Several of their law school peers are poised just below it and will surpass six figures soon. Columbia’s cost of attendance went from $97,850 in …

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6 hours ago Answer (1 of 3): If you need to ask this question, you’re not off to a good start. It’s only one of the hardest law schools to get into in the entire country, bar none. A simple online search would have provided reasonably ballparked statistics. Leaving aside that their acceptance rates may flu

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9 hours ago In 2018, Stanford Law had an acceptance rate of 8.7%, the second-lowest of any law school in the country. The school also accepts a small number of transfers each year. Bar passage rates According to ABA Required Disclosures, Stanford Law School had an average bar passage rate of 90% in 2014 and an average bar passage rate of 92% in 2013.

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2 hours ago What law school has the lowest acceptance rate? According to Lawschooli, the ten hardest law schools with the lowest acceptance rates are: Yale University: 9.47%; Stanford University: 10.70%; Harvard University: 16.65%; University of Pennsylvania: 17%; Northwestern University: 17.79%; University of Virginia: 19.86%; Duke University: 20.16%

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Just Now Stanford Law School ranks #9 regarding the lowest student-to-faculty ratio with a 2.8:1 faculty ratio #3 in Median LSAT - 171 Stanford Law School ranks #3 regarding the median LSAT score, with a score of 171 among those applicants granted admission who enrolled as full-time students. #12 in Bar Passage Rate - 95.32%

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7 hours ago Grade Point Average / Law School Admission Test 25th% 50th% 75th% Grade Point Average Full-Time 3.78 3.89 3.97 Part-Time 0.00 0.00 0.00 Overall 3.78 3.89 3.97 Law School Admission Test Full-Time 169 171 173 Part-Time 0 0 0 Overall 169 171 173 In determining GPA and LSAT averages, are all students included? STANFORD LAW SCHOOL

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1. Admission to Stanford is not easy. Although many law schools claim to have a holistic approach to admissions, SLS is one of the few famous as a black box. The admissions committee looks beyond an applicant's numbers in order to craft an accomplished but balanced incoming class. SLS seeks a diverse student body and encourages underrepresented minorities or those with unique life experiences to apply.

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4 hours ago Compare the best 2021 Law Schools by their rankings, admissions, tuition, geography, required LSAT scores & GPA. Find the best Law School that is right for you.

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6 hours ago 1. Is a member of the Ivy League. Harvard Law School ( Harvard University) Stanford School of Law ( Stanford University) The Ivy League is an athletic conference composed of sports teams from eight private institutions of higher education in the Northeastern United States. The conference name is also commonly used to refer to those eight

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6 hours ago The Selectivity Index™ is calculated based on data found in the 2022 US News rankings released in March 2021 using the median LSAT Score, median undergraduate GPA and acceptance rate for each school’s full-time program entrants.. The Selectivity Index for each school is calculated as follows: 1. First, calculate the Selectivity Score which equals: (LSAT Score) x (GPA) x (1 – …

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1. With beautiful surroundings, a small student body, and a very low student to faculty ratio, the school has an intimate and collegial environment. Class sizes are the lowest of any top law school, with first year classes of 30 to 60 students. The academic program is flexible and includes a diverse array of courses and clinics. As first years, students take courses in criminal law, civil procedure, constitutional law, contracts, torts, property, and legal research and writing. Upper level courses range from business law to international law and include a growing clinical program. The Supreme Court Clinic is the only one of its kind at a law school in the United States and has successfully brought over twenty cases before the Court, making it one of the most active Supreme Court practices of any kind. Because of its proximity to other top academic programs on campus, there has been a growing focus on joint degree programs and classes with other professional schools, such as business, m...

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2 hours ago Admission Statistics (as of October 2021) It is impossible to quantify the breadth and depth of an incoming class to Stanford. We practice holistic admission, and admission statistics can only narrowly describe facets of a class rich in life experiences, perspectives, talents, and accomplishments.We provide these statistics as a snapshot of a Stanford class selected …

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1. Yale Law School. Consistently ranked the #1 law school in the country, Yale Law School is small, exclusive, and extremely competitive. Home to one of the largest law libraries in the world, it has an enrollment of approximately 600 students.
2. Harvard Law School. Harvard is one of the most well-known law schools in the United States, and for good reason. This private Ivy League school has a history that spans nearly 400 years, and its graduates are frequently hired by big law firms looking for new talent.
3. Georgetown Law School. Georgetown University was founded in 1789 and is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in the United States. Located in Washington D.C., the Georgetown University Law Center, also known as Georgetown Law School, is the second largest law school in the United States after Harvard.
4. Columbia Law School. The Columbia School of Law is a well-known Ivy League school in New York City. Regarded as one of the most prestigious law schools in the U.S., it has a small student body, low student-faculty ratio and one of the highest employment rates after graduation.
5. Stanford Law School. The Law School at Stanford University is another top-ranked law school. Currently tied with Harvard for the number 2 spot on U.S. News & World Report’s list of best law schools, this school is located in beautiful Palo Alto, California.
6. UCLA Law School. A relative newcomer to the group of prestigious law schools, the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law was established in 1949.
7. Cornell Law. Cornell Law School is a private Ivy League institution in upstate New York. With a student body of just under 200 in each class, it maintains one of the lowest student-faculty ratios in the country (9.9 to 1), and boasts a high bar exam pass rate.
8. Duke Law. Duke University (originally called Trinity College) is located in Durham, North Carolina. The Law School was founded in 1930 and has been included among the top 14 law schools (typically in the top 10) since U.S. News & World Report began ranking them in 1987.
9. University of California-Berkeley. The University of California at Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law is located in the San Francisco Bay area and has always been ranked among the top 14 law schools in the United States.
10. Vanderbilt Law. Vanderbilt University Law School, also referred to as “Vandy” or VLS, is located in the country music capital of Nashville, Tennessee.

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6 hours ago Points: 2 points Website. One of the most affordable law schools in the country is housed at the University of the District of Columbia. UDC David A. Clarke School of Law is committed to the public interest and has a strong community service program that sees D.C. residents receive about 100,000 hours of legal services.

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5 hours ago Stanford Law School offers a student-centered, future-facing and interdisciplinary approach to legal education. Faculty, staff, students and alumni all support and inspire each other to explore, excel, and contribute to the world through law. Law School faculty have created online course material for use in campus law courses, including a pioneering course in comparative anti …

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4 hours ago Less than 50 percent of all newly minted Stanford Law grads take jobs in California. Stanford is also “seriously committed to public interest law,” and the “great loan repayment program” here is arguably the best in the country. Also worth noting is the impressive historical fact that more than 100 Stanford law graduates have clerked

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8 hours ago Tuition and Expenses. Paradise comes at a price. With annual tuition now at $42,420 and the Bay Area's high cost of living, attending Stanford Law School sets student back over $67,000 per year. Tuition is scheduled to rise again for the 2010-2011 academic year.

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4 hours ago Stanford Law School ranking and data. Stanford Law School is a Private, Nonprofit institution with a rating of 3 by the US News & World Report.

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7 hours ago Almost 83 percent of students accepted to Yale for the 2012-2013 school year chose to enroll, more than 3 times the national yield average of 25.2 percent, according to full-time and part-time

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1. Stanford Law School is part of one of the world’s leading research institutions, providing plentiful opportunities for interdisciplinary cooperation. Stanford University is a private university located in the heart of Silicon Valley, just 35 miles south of San Francisco. The university’s 8,180 acres stretch between the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains and the cities of Palo Alto and Menlo Park, in a part of the country that offers an ideal Mediterranean climate of dry, warm summers and wet, but temperate winters.

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8 hours ago Cambridge, MA Location. 5% Fall 2020 acceptance rate. Stanford University School. Stanford, CA Location. 5% Fall 2020 acceptance rate. Columbia University School. New York, NY Location. 6% Fall

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Just Now · A top-3 law school, a location in sunny California, and a beautiful campus in paradise – it’s no wonder why Stanford Law School (SLS) is many aspiring law students’ dream school!For the 2016 calendar year, 3,821 students applied for full-time spots at Stanford, of which 11% were admitted.Each year, Stanford welcomes 180 students to its matriculating class.

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4 hours ago Stanford School of Law ⭐ review. Discover the key facts and see how Stanford School of Law performs in the law school ranking. An admission rate shows the percentage of applicants that was accepted by university. Low acceptance rate makes it difficult to get a place, but also can indicate the prestige and high education level. Source

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1 hours ago In 2019, law school acceptance rates ranged from 6.85% at Yale University to 86.13% at Western Michigan University. Learn what it takes to get into each of the 203 ABA-accredited law schools with these comprehensive admissions statistics.

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8 hours ago The low numbers of Stanford students at Yale Law are likely reflective of fewer students applyling to law school from Stanford. You'd be better off comparing acceptance rates than numbers - I suspect these would be comparable to Harvard's (assuming GPA/LSAT scores are …

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1 hours ago Secret 4: The quarter system is a blessing (actually) Something that was very attractive to me about Stanford when I was deciding where to attend law school was the quarter system. I know, I know – you have to take 150% as many courses. But on the bright side, you get to take 150% as many courses. Terms are shorter and the school year is

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4 hours ago Some Prominent Law School Personal Statement Prompts. When you start the writing process, try to consider the following: You always answer the question about your goals and past experience fully in the paper’s main body. The body sections of an article give the specific circumstance and exploration of your legitimate issue.

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8 hours ago Find the top 10 law schools with the strongest sense of community, quality of social life, best research resources, and more.

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1. At home on the campus of one of the world’s leading research universities, Stanford Law offers unmatched opportunities. Our approach to education is distinctly student-centric, defined by the needs and ambitions of future graduates and customizable to each individual student. Create your own joint degree, invent a new course, explore law’s intersection with the most dynamic disciplines of the day — the possibilities are virtually limitless. And the advantages extend beyond law school, resulting in the practice-ready skills employers demand, better chances at prestigious clerkships, a high bar passage rate and support when you’re ready to launch a career. We are known for our collegial culture, intimate and egalitarian. In this close-knit community, collaboration and the open exchange of ideas are essential to life and learning. Students, faculty, staff, alumni — all support and inspire each other to explore, excel and contribute to the world through law. Classes are small. Seminars...

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What are the acceptance requirements for stanford?

There is no minimum GPA required for admission to Stanford. However, Stanford does provide data on applicants and incoming classes. That data show that a higher GPA increases the likelihood of admission.

Which school has the lowest acceptance rate?

Ranking of top 100 accredited colleges and universities with the lowest acceptance rates in the nation for first-time, degree-seeking undergraduate students. 1) Standford University - 5%; 2) Harvard University - 5.6%; 3) Columbia University in the City of New York - 6.6%, 4) Yale University - 6.7%, and more.

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Application Process at a Glance

  • Application for Admission. You must complete the entire application form and submit it electronically through LSAC.
  • Application Fee. ...
  • Resume. ...
  • Personal Statement. ...
  • Optional Diversity Essay. ...
  • Optional Short Essays. ...
  • Two Letters of Recommendation. ...
  • Right of Access to Recommendations. ...
  • Standardized Tests. ...
  • Credential Assembly Service Report. ...

What is the gpa requirement for stanford university?

The average GPA at Stanford is 3.95. This makes Stanford Extremely Competitive for GPAs. (Most schools use a weighted GPA out of 4.0, though some report an unweighted GPA. With a GPA of 3.95, Stanford requires you to be at the top of your class.

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