Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby energizer » Sun Jan 16, 2011 6:20 pm

I love your enthusiasm. I hope its contagious!

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby flgator10 » Sun Jan 16, 2011 6:53 pm

I love it too. and it's so great to know there are others in the same position!

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby 1evilo.aihpos » Sun Jan 16, 2011 7:13 pm

154 3.51 white female pubic-southern-ivy upward trend in Music(major) and steady trend in Indian studies (minor)

I have a lot of experience working as a paralegal (and i mean like 5 years) so I am aiming pretty high.

ND
temple
SMU
wustl
Minn
UCIrving
UChastings
UCDavis
UCLA
Harvard(why not they might like what they see you never know)

I talked to my freind who is a lawyer/SO and he said I will get at least 3-5 of those.

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby 1evilo.aihpos » Sun Jan 16, 2011 7:28 pm

wanna hear my ps about hows the guy behind me during the lsat kept erasing really hard.

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby shmegory » Sun Jan 16, 2011 8:16 pm

There are no public southern ivy league schools sweet heart.

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby energizer » Sun Jan 16, 2011 8:37 pm

whats that all about?

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby shmegory » Sun Jan 16, 2011 8:42 pm

1evilo.aihpos wrote:white female pubic-southern-ivy

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby weejonbu » Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:02 pm

Actually, you could have just stopped at...

1evilo.aihpos wrote: white female southern

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby Bildungsroman » Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:17 pm

How does a TTT GPA like a 3.5 qualify someone as a reverse splitter?

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby PinkCow » Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:28 pm

3.72 (4.1 Major GPA - Ancient Macedonian Studies from State School Ivy equivalent)
149 LSAT

Pretty Impressive Softs:
Vice-president of a student club in UG (Macedonian Literature Society)
Captain of intramural polo team - went to state.

Applying to Rutgers and Pitt.
Also, applying to Stanford - I hear they love softs and high GPA. I know my LSAT isn't great, but I think my other qualifications might boost me in.

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby 1evilo.aihpos » Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:41 pm

shmegory wrote:There are no public southern ivy league schools sweet heart.

we wll see about that when i get into hahvahd....

also I got a silver medal in beginers free-style 100m swim.
and i'm also a part of that macedonian lit. club, I wrote my entrance paper on Alexandra the Great the truth behind the sexuality of Alexander the Great

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby shmegory » Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:41 pm

Bildungsroman wrote:How does a TTT GPA like a 3.5 qualify someone as a reverse splitter?


Maybe I don't know because I dont spend my life on forums, but may i ask what TTT means?

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby 1evilo.aihpos » Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:46 pm

shmegory wrote:
Bildungsroman wrote:How does a TTT GPA like a 3.5 qualify someone as a reverse splitter?


Maybe I don't know because I dont spend my life on forums, but may i ask what TTT means?


Touching Two Transvestites in Third Tier Toliets

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby shmegory » Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:48 pm

You say some weird things, sophia olive.

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby 1evilo.aihpos » Sun Jan 16, 2011 9:49 pm

shmegory wrote:You say some weird things, sophia olive.

you, solved the riddle

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby PinkCow » Sun Jan 16, 2011 10:00 pm

1evilo.aihpos wrote:
shmegory wrote:There are no public southern ivy league schools sweet heart.

we wll see about that when i get into hahvahd....

also I got a silver medal in beginers free-style 100m swim.
and i'm also a part of that macedonian lit. club, I wrote my entrance paper on Alexandra the Great the truth behind the sexuality of Alexander the Great


As vice-president of said club, I have to say, I was not that impressed. Then again, my standards are very high. I'm sure your essay is acceptable at Harvard though.

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby shmegory » Sun Jan 16, 2011 10:02 pm

1evilo.aihpos wrote:154


What happened to the 178 you posted about in the topic "African-Americans, Law Schools and the LSAT"?

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby 1evilo.aihpos » Sun Jan 16, 2011 10:08 pm

shmegory wrote:
1evilo.aihpos wrote:154


What happened to the 178 you posted about in the topic "African-Americans, Law Schools and the LSAT"?

sssshhhh im a troll

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby 1evilo.aihpos » Sun Jan 16, 2011 10:09 pm

chip3341 wrote:
1evilo.aihpos wrote:
shmegory wrote:There are no public southern ivy league schools sweet heart.

we wll see about that when i get into hahvahd....

also I got a silver medal in beginers free-style 100m swim.
and i'm also a part of that macedonian lit. club, I wrote my entrance paper on Alexandra the Great the truth behind the sexuality of Alexander the Great


As vice-president of said club, I have to say, I was not that impressed. Then again, my standards are very high. I'm sure your essay is acceptable at Harvard though.

it was before its time.

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby shmegory » Sun Jan 16, 2011 10:18 pm

1evilo.aihpos wrote:
shmegory wrote:
1evilo.aihpos wrote:154


What happened to the 178 you posted about in the topic "African-Americans, Law Schools and the LSAT"?

sssshhhh im a troll


I just wanted you to admit it.

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby acrossthelake » Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:03 pm

This thread is full of poor-quality trolling. The idea is fine--if anyone wants to start a legit Reverse Splitters thread, go ahead. But this one needs to be put to bed.

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Re: Reverse Splitters(LSAT <160, GPA 3.5 or above) unite

Postby acrossthelake » Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:04 pm

1evilo.aihpos wrote:
shmegory wrote:There are no public southern ivy league schools sweet heart.

we wll see about that when i get into hahvahd....

also I got a silver medal in beginers free-style 100m swim.
and i'm also a part of that macedonian lit. club, I wrote my entrance paper on Alexandra the Great the truth behind the sexuality of Alexander the Great


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