CHANCE ME AA MALE 155 LSAT 3.51 GPA

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avid_listener
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CHANCE ME AA MALE 155 LSAT 3.51 GPA

Postby avid_listener » Mon Jun 27, 2011 4:41 pm

I go to a relatively small public university.

155 LSAT (Retaking in October)
3.51 GPA

Softs: Pre Law Org President, Interned for Attorney Generals Office, CLEO, Resident Assistant, Big Brother volunteer, Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society, Paralegal Certificate

PS: overcoming the death of my mother, single parent household, overcoming adversity

DS: with that adding overcoming socioeconomic situation also

Reaches:
Michigan
GW
Fordham
U of MN
NW
T14 all of them

Possibles:
U of Wisc.
American U
OSU
U of FL

Believe I can get in:
U of Miami
Chicago Kent
Depaul U
Howard U

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Rheastoria
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Re: CHANCE ME AA MALE 155 LSAT 3.51 GPA

Postby Rheastoria » Tue Jul 05, 2011 1:51 pm

I'd imagine that if you get a 168+ on the retake, you're in at many T14 schools. Over 170+ you might be in with some scholarships. Good luck!

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Law Sauce
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Re: CHANCE ME AA MALE 155 LSAT 3.51 GPA

Postby Law Sauce » Tue Jul 05, 2011 1:58 pm

Ignore the medians largely, obviously a better score would help, but with AA male you should far outperform your numbers alone. Good luck, shoot high

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Re: CHANCE ME AA MALE 155 LSAT 3.51 GPA

Postby CanadianWolf » Tue Jul 05, 2011 2:14 pm

Among your reaches, Minnesota is a strong possibility. Northwestern is not likely, in my opinion.

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Quan292
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Re: CHANCE ME AA MALE 155 LSAT 3.51 GPA

Postby Quan292 » Tue Jul 05, 2011 10:09 pm

Similar scores. I'm also retaking in October. Let's be cycle brothers (no bromo). It seems like you will get into some top 30-50 schools tho.




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