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I've got a 3.4 and just scored a 167 on the October LSAT. I'm retaking in December but I'm wondering whether I should throw an app at Georgetown and Northwestern and maybe submit my LSAT if it's higher later or wait for all T-14 until I get my next LSAT score. My only worry with waiting is if it's only marginally higher, then I've wasted a bunch of time. Thoughts?
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Those stats aren't high enough for NW or Gtown. Based on numbers on mylsn.info, you need at least a 168 to have a shot with a GPA from 3.4-3.5 (about 50/50 for both schools). Also, you will certainly not get money. Maybe the cycle will soften up, but I don't think they are going to accept you as is. Even if you only improve marginally, your current stats don't cut it: retake.
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