3.64 black male, TFA. Chances?

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b33eazy
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3.64 black male, TFA. Chances?

Postby b33eazy » Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:19 pm

I'm a black male who is a TFA corps member. I graduated from a small state school with a 3.64. I'm working on my masters degree while I am teaching. So I will be complete with my commitment in the spring of 2015. I would want to go to a T3, preferably Harvard Law. Or at least get a full-ride T6. I want to know what are my chances as a black male with a 3.64? What score would I need?

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Anastasia Dee Dualla
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Re: 3.64 black male, TFA. Chances?

Postby Anastasia Dee Dualla » Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:23 pm

I'm going to preemptively state what everyone else is going to say; you can't "count on" any score. You need to take the test, get a score, and THEN ask us about your chances. Though frankly, a search of the URM forum would likely yield an answer. Also, LSN.

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Re: 3.64 black male, TFA. Chances?

Postby Futuregohan14 » Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:32 pm

b33eazy wrote:I'm a black male who is a TFA corps member. I graduated from a small state school with a 3.64. I'm working on my masters degree while I am teaching. So I will be complete with my commitment in the spring of 2015. I would want to go to a T3, preferably Harvard Law. Or at least get a full-ride T6. I want to know what are my chances as a black male with a 3.64? What score would I need?


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Re: 3.64 black male, TFA. Chances?

Postby MoMettaMonk » Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:32 pm

Many more people get into Harvard than get t6 full rides. Harvard becomes a solid possibility once you're over a 164. But that ultimately means nothing because you need to focus on scoring as high as possible. People regularly score much lower than their practice test averages on the real LSAT so as was stated before, come back after you've actually taken the test.




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