Duke priority check

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lanling
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Duke priority check

Postby lanling » Wed Sep 18, 2013 12:44 am

I have 3.78 GPA and 169 LSAT and I got priority track email from Duke. What is the acceptance rate of that priority check? BTW, I am an international student, any other international students applying for JD this year? :) :)

gobosox
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Re: Duke priority check

Postby gobosox » Wed Sep 18, 2013 12:07 pm

I got that too. I added it to my list because the $15 LSAC fee is worth the possible piece of mind of knowing within 10 days that I've gotten into a T14.

Don't know what the % chance at getting in is, but I would guess it is high if they only take 10 days to evaluate it.

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altoid99
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Re: Duke priority check

Postby altoid99 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 12:14 pm

gobosox wrote:I got that too. I added it to my list because the $15 LSAC fee is worth the possible piece of mind of knowing within 10 days that I've gotten into a T14.

Don't know what the % chance at getting in is, but I would guess it is high if they only take 10 days to evaluate it.


If only it were $15 :(

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sashafierce
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Re: Duke priority check

Postby sashafierce » Wed Sep 18, 2013 12:44 pm

lanling wrote:I have 3.78 GPA and 169 LSAT and I got priority track email from Duke. What is the acceptance rate of that priority check? BTW, I am an international student, any other international students applying for JD this year? :) :)



Check out the international applicants thread that I created....its in the Law School Admissions, Denials and Wait list thread
:D


viewtopic.php?f=7&t=215309

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Cicero76
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Re: Duke priority check

Postby Cicero76 » Wed Sep 18, 2013 3:00 pm

Priority track is a tool used by Duke to increase its application levels. It does not change the likelihood of your acceptance, which is still essentially a function of your numbers.




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