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Postby Kidist » Thu Jan 19, 2012 10:18 pm

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Re: AA female, Peace Corps, 3.6, 163. t-14 possible?

Postby Byzantine » Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:59 am

Hi OP.

Your softs are pretty strong, and I think the most recent LSAT (163) could put you in the running at a couple of t-14 schools. Just by scanning LSN, it seems that Georgetown and Cornell could be real possibilities.

You also might consider the binding ED at GWU that comes with $$$$. Even though it's a bit lower ranked, I think it might be a good match and you'll come out with much lower debt.

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Re: AA female, Peace Corps, 3.6, 163. t-14 possible?

Postby Champion » Fri Jan 20, 2012 4:48 pm

The entire t14 is available to you with your numbers and softs. With an early application next cycle, you would really enjoy the outcomes.

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Re: AA female, Peace Corps, 3.6, 163. t-14 possible?

Postby Kidist » Sat Jan 21, 2012 2:57 pm

Thanks so much guys, your responses were really helpful and encouraging. I think I'm gonna go for all the t-14 and see which works out. I'm also gonna throw apps at BU, Wash U, BC, GWU, Vandy, USC, UCLA as safeties. I doubt Ill do binding ED at GWU b/c I'm really focused on going to the best school I get into regardless of $$$, although I pray that I can get some out of these schools.
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Re: AA female, Peace Corps, 3.6, 163. t-14 possible?

Postby jd20122015 » Fri Jan 27, 2012 7:33 pm

I'm an AA female with very similar numbers and a similar resume. I applied in September/October of this cycle to practically the entire top-20 and so far I've gotten into every school outside of the top-14 as well as NYU, Michigan, Penn, and Cornell. Wait-list at Chicago.




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