Pitt law a mistake? - want to practice on West Coast

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HeavenWood
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Re: Pitt law a mistake? - want to practice on West Coast

Postby HeavenWood » Mon Jul 25, 2011 5:01 pm

Case2L wrote:Am I the only one who thinks this conversation is moot until we get a real LSAT score? For all we know, Pitt may end up being OP's only option.


There's enough CA schools on par with Pitt's selectivity.

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Re: Pitt law a mistake? - want to practice on West Coast

Postby uzpakalis » Mon Jul 25, 2011 5:04 pm

Re: Pitt law a mistake? - want to practice on West Coast

YES

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Re: Pitt law a mistake? - want to practice on West Coast

Postby Case2L » Mon Jul 25, 2011 9:13 pm

Case2L wrote:Am I the only one who thinks this conversation is moot until we get a real LSAT score? For all we know, Pitt may end up being OP's only option.

To be clear, I don't mean to be negative or doubtfull of OP's ability, but I went to Case with quite a few people that had solid gpa's and high PT's, but when it came time for the real deal, they weren't T14 material (however, I started LS back when schools were averaging LSAT scores). I think we may be counting the eggs before they hatch (or whatever barnyard analogy you prefer).




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