T-14 and LSAT

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redsoxfan77
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T-14 and LSAT

Postby redsoxfan77 » Wed Sep 15, 2010 7:39 pm

I am looking for information about which schools tend to favor the LSAT grade over the UGPA among the top 14 schools.

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vsl89
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Re: T-14 and LSAT

Postby vsl89 » Wed Sep 15, 2010 7:53 pm

Boalt. lsat median --167

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Veyron
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Re: T-14 and LSAT

Postby Veyron » Wed Sep 15, 2010 8:02 pm

vsl89 wrote:Boalt. lsat median --167


Flame.

Columbia, NYU, GULC are the credited responses here.

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Re: T-14 and LSAT

Postby CanadianWolf » Wed Sep 15, 2010 8:06 pm

Northwestern also seems to prefer high LSATs rather than high GPAs.

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Re: T-14 and LSAT

Postby justadude55 » Wed Sep 15, 2010 9:08 pm

cornell?

if you get a 175+, but your gpa is under 3, you likely won't be so hot at a t-14. your LSAT isn't a diamond in the rough anymore. i'd say apply all over, because it might be a bit unpredictable.

i know BOALT has a reputation for accepting high 160s with ridiculous GPA's, but if you had a 3.0 and 175 for example, i'd apply across the board from Columbia down. one might bite, and you can probably get a lot of fee waivers.

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Re: T-14 and LSAT

Postby Veyron » Wed Sep 15, 2010 10:40 pm

justadude55 wrote:cornell?

if you get a 175+, but your gpa is under 3, you likely won't be so hot at a t-14. your LSAT isn't a diamond in the rough anymore. i'd say apply all over, because it might be a bit unpredictable.

i know BOALT has a reputation for accepting high 160s with ridiculous GPA's, but if you had a 3.0 and 175 for example, i'd apply across the board from Columbia down. one might bite, and you can probably get a lot of fee waivers.


You will NOT get into Boalt with a 3.0 and a 175 absent some extraordinary background. This poster is a fool.

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Re: T-14 and LSAT

Postby johnnyutah » Wed Sep 15, 2010 11:10 pm

Northwestern is the best high LSAT splitter school if you wait a year or two after UG to apply. Penn also likes high LSAT, but not as extreme of splitters.

edit: Oh, it's that Ave Maria dude. Nevermind.

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Re: T-14 and LSAT

Postby redsoxfan77 » Thu Sep 16, 2010 1:14 am

johnnyutah wrote:Northwestern is the best high LSAT splitter school if you wait a year or two after UG to apply. Penn also likes high LSAT, but not as extreme of splitters.

edit: Oh, it's that Ave Maria dude. Nevermind.


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