Native American double majoring in econ/history

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Native American double majoring in econ/history

Postby RonPaulConservative » Thu Jun 16, 2011 7:56 pm

I am a tribe registered 1/4 Native American with a double major in economics and history. I plan to graduate with a gpa around 3.7-3.8. I havn't taken the lsat yet. I am active around campus and volunteer through the Student Indian association. My Dad has worked on the tribe as the head of the Tribe's water supply. My grandma and uncle work on the tribe as well. My question to you guys is what score should i shoot for on my lsat to get into a top 14 school or any in the top 50. If you guys have any information about scholarship info with those stats let me know.

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Re: Native American double majoring in econ/history

Postby bk1 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 7:57 pm

You don't need to make two threads for the exact same thing.

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Re: Native American double majoring in econ/history

Postby Helmholtz » Thu Jun 16, 2011 7:57 pm

bk1 wrote:You don't need to make two threads for the exact same thing.


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Re: Native American double majoring in econ/history

Postby PinkCow » Thu Jun 16, 2011 8:00 pm

RonPaulConservative wrote:I am a tribe registered 1/4 Native American with a double major in economics and history. I plan to graduate with a gpa around 3.7-3.8. I havn't taken the lsat yet. I am active around campus and volunteer through the Student Indian association. My Dad has worked on the tribe as the head of the Tribe's water supply. My grandma and uncle work on the tribe as well. My question to you guys is what score should i shoot for on my lsat to get into a top 14 school or any in the top 50. If you guys have any information about scholarship info with those stats let me know.

Thanks,
RonPaulConservative



Anywhere from 160-180, closer to the 180.




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