JD/MBA is the backdoor way to law school.

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Cobretti
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Re: JD/MBA is the backdoor way to law school.

Postby Cobretti » Mon Aug 18, 2014 9:01 am

chief325 wrote:this forum hasn't seen any action in years, but does anyone know current stats on kellogg jd/mba admissions? Looking for gmat and gpa gmat and gpa.

-incoming 1L applying to transfer into the jd/mba program.

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Re: JD/MBA is the backdoor way to law school.

Postby BruceWayne » Mon Aug 18, 2014 9:47 am

It's amazing how the OP brushed over an extremely significant difference in terms of comparing one's capabilities on the LSAT vs. the GMAT: there's this whole section on the GMAT that covers a topic that isn't exactly included on the LSAT--math. Just a hunch, but I would imagine that there are a lot of people who can do well on the LSAT but would struggle on the GMAT because of the inclusion of that subject matter on the latter (like yours truly for example). In fact, I've even heard that some of these people actually choose to go the law school route because of it's lack of mathematics...Imagine that!

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Re: JD/MBA is the backdoor way to law school.

Postby DELG » Mon Aug 18, 2014 9:50 am

Didn't read thread but LOL @ back dooring into JD programs aka the easiest programs to get into ever.

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Re: JD/MBA is the backdoor way to law school.

Postby BruceWayne » Mon Aug 18, 2014 9:52 am

DELG wrote:Didn't read thread but LOL @ back dooring into JD programs aka the easiest programs to get into ever.



LOL this too. Why the hell would you want to backdoor into a degree program with worse job prospects from another that requires several years of W/E at a high quality job? Honestly other than HYS law schools should practically be begging fro people with those kind of credentials to enroll.




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