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yarsten wrote:Here's the question:
I have a 174/3.8. I'm a civil engineering master's student (master's gpa = 3.94). I think my LORs, PS, and resume are pretty decent, and I've worked and done research throughout my undergrad. Should I even bother to apply to Harvard/Stanford? For example, I'm above 75% Stanford LSAT and within middle 50% GPA, but it seems that all similar applicants on LSN were rejected or waitlisted. Will my major or the fact that I've done graduate work affect my chances? Just trying to save some money on futile apps.
You should apply.
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Seriously? It's what, $200? I don't know how high the cost would have to be for me to not take a shot at the chance of a lifetime, but it's a lot higher than $200. With your numbers, there is no school you shouldn't apply to if you think you'd want to go there (including Yale btw).
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