Discuss various money matters here. Loans (federal and private), scholarships, lottery winnings, or other school finance related information and queries.
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Right now I have a 3.18 with a 159 LSAT. I am taking the LSAT again and strongly expect to get a 162-164 because I have fixed a big weakness in logic games. If I were to apply to Suffolk, what kind of money could I expect to get? I want to practice in/around Boston so even though I know with a 162-164 I could open up a few top 50 schools, the only one I would really be interested in is UConn Law. So as of now, could I expect getting some good money from Suffolk to make it worthwhile?
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Queenjane87 wrote:I received a 30,000 a year scholarship from Suffolk with a 158 and 3.27 I am sure you could get a pretty generous scholarship. Write them a letter, that seems to help.
This may be a stupid question, but did you send some kind of letter asking them for scholarships or did they just send it to you after you were accepted? And is it a direct scholarship, or a subsidized loan?
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