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I recently applied to University of Washington Law School and Seattle U Law School and I'm wondering if anyone can tell me what my chances for admissions are. Since I'm married with a child, I don't have the luxury of applying to schools all over the country. I graduated from Yale ten years ago with a degree in Biology with a 3.71 GPA. I published articles in the "Yale Scientific Magazine" and worked on research projects during the summer. I have ten years of work history and other life experience that may enhance my application. My problem is that I took the LSAT and scored a miserable 149! I added an addendum to my admissions file at both schools and I re-take the test this Saturday. I expect to score in the 155-160 range as I do in practice tests. While my GPA is in line with what the University of Washington likes to see, my LSAT is far below their average. My file has been reviewed at the UW and they are going to wait for my new LSAT results before making a decision. UW will average my scores and Seattle U will accept the highest score. Any thoughts or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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If you score within the 155-160 range you definitely be admitted to Seattle University Law School and will likely get in to law school at UW. UW is quite a bit easier on residents, so this will help you quite a bit. Best of luck!
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