3.1/170 aa fem

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tryingtomakeit
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3.1/170 aa fem

Postby tryingtomakeit » Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:40 pm

just wondering what schools I should be looking at to apply to?

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TTTehehe
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Re: 3.1/170 aa fem

Postby TTTehehe » Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:41 pm

4-14.

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Nova
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Re: 3.1/170 aa fem

Postby Nova » Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:42 pm

CCN and down

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Re: 3.1/170 aa fem

Postby tryingtomakeit » Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:46 pm

HYS is out?

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Nova
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Re: 3.1/170 aa fem

Postby Nova » Thu Jul 05, 2012 2:52 pm

tryingtomakeit wrote:HYS is out?


Not necessarily, but with a 3.1 it is quite unlikely. Might as well throw em an app though.

http://harvard.lawschoolnumbers.com/stats

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Re: 3.1/170 aa fem

Postby astrodoggy » Thu Jul 05, 2012 5:58 pm

H could be in play, if your softs, recs, and PS/DS are stellar. Upward trend would be helpful.

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Re: 3.1/170 aa fem

Postby Rahsaan » Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:34 am

What if this person was male and had 3 years of prior work experience?

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Nova
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Re: 3.1/170 aa fem

Postby Nova » Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:40 am

Rahsaan wrote:What if this person was male and had 3 years of prior work experience?


Probably the same. However, probably with a little more money from CCN and down due to being male AA.

AFAIK, YHS will take every 3.5+/165-169 AA that exists over a 3.1/170 AA all day every day. Dat floor.

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Re: 3.1/170 aa fem

Postby BlaqBella » Tue Sep 04, 2012 10:36 am

Nova wrote:
Rahsaan wrote:What if this person was male and had 3 years of prior work experience?


Probably the same. However, probably with a little more money from CCN and down due to being male AA.

AFAIK, YHS will take every 3.5+/165-169 AA that exists over a 3.1/170 AA all day every day. Dat floor.


Nova, what if the GPA was a 3.45 ?

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Nova
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Re: 3.1/170 aa fem

Postby Nova » Sun Sep 09, 2012 5:00 am

BlaqBella wrote:
Nova wrote:
Rahsaan wrote:What if this person was male and had 3 years of prior work experience?


Probably the same. However, probably with a little more money from CCN and down due to being male AA.

AFAIK, YHS will take every 3.5+/165-169 AA that exists over a 3.1/170 AA all day every day. Dat floor.


Nova, what if the GPA was a 3.45 ?


With apps down like they are, I would guess an AA 3.3-3.5/165-169 would have about a 10%-50% at getting one of YSH, depending on where they are on the spectrum.
http://myLSN.info/dispresults.php?sk=4wcbf

Something like AA/3.45/167 would give that person a decent shot at Stanford. http://myLSN.info/dispresults.php?sk=i9m6g

As you likely know, those charts are ALL URMs, not just AAs, and are a very small sample size. The fact that there are such few applicants on LSN with those numbers implies the rarity of the situation. Im drawing inferences from both data and anecdotes (friends/acquaintances)...

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Re: 3.1/170 aa fem

Postby BlaqBella » Mon Sep 10, 2012 4:34 pm

Nova wrote:
BlaqBella wrote:
Nova wrote:
Rahsaan wrote:What if this person was male and had 3 years of prior work experience?


Probably the same. However, probably with a little more money from CCN and down due to being male AA.

AFAIK, YHS will take every 3.5+/165-169 AA that exists over a 3.1/170 AA all day every day. Dat floor.


Nova, what if the GPA was a 3.45 ?


With apps down like they are, I would guess an AA 3.3-3.5/165-169 would have about a 10%-50% at getting one of YSH, depending on where they are on the spectrum.
http://myLSN.info/dispresults.php?sk=4wcbf

Something like AA/3.45/167 would give that person a decent shot at Stanford. http://myLSN.info/dispresults.php?sk=i9m6g

As you likely know, those charts are ALL URMs, not just AAs, and are a very small sample size. The fact that there are such few applicants on LSN with those numbers implies the rarity of the situation. Im drawing inferences from both data and anecdotes (friends/acquaintances)...


Thank you much, Nova. Your posts are always greatly appreciated!




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