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I've heard people on the board say that Harvard has a very number-based admissions process, and many have used the phrase "auto-admit." What combination of LSAT and GPA would be considered as "auto-admit"? i.e. 176+ and 3.9+?
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You probably hit the nail right on the head, although some "auto-admits" have been held before. I think the only way you get really boned with good numbers at Harvard is if it seems you didn't do anything else and are straight ouf undergrad.
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Eh, nothing is for certain. Some ppl this cycle with strong numbers (176+/3.9+) were held, and I don't recall their softs being abysmal either. It's more numbers-based than Y & S, but it's still holistic compared to the rest of them.
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