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Re: Mexican 3.9+

Postby sharktankdean » Fri May 04, 2012 3:06 pm

A 160 should get into at least one T-14 schools ( assuming the rest of your app is strong). But don't aim for a 160-164. Aim higher. The better ur LSAT score the better your chances of admission and scholarship money.

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Re: Mexican 3.9+

Postby Nova » Fri May 04, 2012 3:19 pm

sharktankdean wrote:A 160 should get into at least one T-14 schools ( assuming the rest of your app is strong). But don't aim for a 160-164. Aim higher. The better ur LSAT score the better your chances of admission and scholarship money.


THIS. Do not let up because of a bump. Shoot for perfection. 160 means you would have scored like a C- (missing nearly 30 questions). If the LSAT was a regualr test, it would be a barely passing score. Strive to ace it.

Im MA too, but have a much lower GPA. in at T20 with $$. 160 would not do your 3.9 justice. Hit whatever T14 LSAT median and enjoy.

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Re: Mexican 3.9+

Postby Nova » Fri May 04, 2012 3:53 pm

Scoring at whatever schools median will give you an amazing chance of being admitted.

A low ~16* would be worst case for T14




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