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Postby Susan_Walid » Tue Sep 20, 2011 11:48 pm

Advice specifically for reverse-splitters...please...and no, retaking is not an option :(

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Re: Reverse-splitters

Postby duckmoney » Tue Sep 20, 2011 11:57 pm

Depends on just how reverse splitter you are. (assuming no URM / amazing softs). If you are above the 75th GPA and between the 25th and median LSAT, then you have a very realistic shot at admission. If you are 5 points below the 25th percentile LSAT and you have a perfect 4.00, then no, you are not getting in.

Generally speaking, if your LSAT is below median for a school but still in the general range for that school, then a high GPA can help you. If your LSAT is not even close to most of the other students, then no GPA can make up for that.

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