T14 and Reverse-Splitters + ED

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MrSam

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T14 and Reverse-Splitters + ED

Postby MrSam » Wed Jan 11, 2017 7:09 pm

I guess this is directed more towards the T25 schools, since most of the articles that discuss splitters/reverse-splitters and ED mention said schools.

Are there any T25 schools that historically have given a major boost to reverse-splitters who ED?

I was told that Penn was one of those schools, then read an article that said otherwise. I'm applying this cycle with my numbers, but might sit out another cycle if I don't get into a T25.
I know that my 4.02 GPA is great, but as far as I can tell, 4.0+ GPAs are more common than 170+ LSAT scores.

One more question. Is it usually a good sign if a school sends you a fee waiver ("we found your info via the CRS...yada yada")? I'm guessing the CRS provides schools with both your LSAT score and GPA.

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Re: T14 and Reverse-Splitters + ED

Postby BigZuck » Wed Jan 11, 2017 7:35 pm

Retake the LSAT. Your GPA can get you into any school in the country.

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Re: T14 and Reverse-Splitters + ED

Postby zeglo » Wed Jan 11, 2017 7:53 pm

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North

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Re: T14 and Reverse-Splitters + ED

Postby North » Thu Jan 12, 2017 9:41 am

There is no such thing as a reverse splitter, you're just a person who needs to retake the lsat. Think about the money you're leaving on the table.



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