nontraditional splitter

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nontraditional splitter

Postby bobdobalina » Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:46 am

3.1 from a top 5 public, 176 LSAT is a decade old (I have to take it again, right?).....10+ years as a pretty successful derivatives trader

aiming perhaps absurdly high (MVP or CCN, would consider Northwestern), looks like I'm probably going to need to duplicate or improve LSAT to have an outside shot, but maybe WE gives me an edge, especially at the finance/econ schools?

all kind of excuses for GPA, mostly due to a semester's worth of incompletes and two year bout with supersenioritis

would love to get thoughts from some nontraditional splitters, is it worth the effort if i'm only interested in T14?... thx


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Re: nontraditional splitter

Postby HITeacher2 » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:27 am

I think your LSAT score is now invalid - if you take the LSAT again and get 175+ then we'd be talking. The better question is, after 10+ years as a successful trader, why would you want to go to law school?

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