3.71 164 MA URM

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thirstypls
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3.71 164 MA URM

Postby thirstypls » Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:20 pm

Hi everyone,

With my updated score from yesterday’s release I’m at 3.71, 164, and I’m a MA URM.

I checked MyLSN for chances and they seem to be optimistic but I was hoping to get more opinions since the URM stats for MyLSN have such a small sample size. I’d specifically like an idea of how I’d so at USC, UCLA, UT, and the T-14.

Thank you in advance!

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dietcoke1
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Re: 3.71 164 MA URM

Postby dietcoke1 » Wed Oct 18, 2017 2:12 pm

I would apply to as many schools in the T20 as you can afford

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hammy393
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Re: 3.71 164 MA URM

Postby hammy393 » Tue Oct 31, 2017 2:36 am

thirstypls wrote:Hi everyone,

With my updated score from yesterday’s release I’m at 3.71, 164, and I’m a MA URM.

I checked MyLSN for chances and they seem to be optimistic but I was hoping to get more opinions since the URM stats for MyLSN have such a small sample size. I’d specifically like an idea of how I’d so at USC, UCLA, UT, and the T-14.

Thank you in advance!


I'd be very surprised if you did not get into at least one of USC, UCLA, or UT. Apply to every T14 plus UCLA/USC/UT. With your numbers, you should get into a handful of T14s with a strong app (personal statement, rec letters, etc.). You have a shot at the T6. I had the exact same numbers as you (3.71/164/MA) and got into YS.

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TripleM
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Re: 3.71 164 MA URM

Postby TripleM » Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:33 pm

You're in a great position. If your essays are on point I'd bet you get multiple offers from T14 with money. I'm not in the prediction business but I'll tell you that I got into UCLA with the same LSAT and a far worse GPA (3.3). As a side note, the UCLA admissions team was exceptional. They were responsive, personable and generous.




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