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Re: University of Texas 2015 OCI

Postby Anonymous User » Tue Oct 13, 2015 4:48 pm

Can confirm that 3.87 was not enough for Chancellor's or high honors for c/o 2015.

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Re: University of Texas 2015 OCI

Postby timmyd » Tue Oct 13, 2015 7:12 pm

3.6 will be competitive for honors I think. Probably best to get around a 3.62 to be safe.

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Re: University of Texas 2015 OCI

Postby BVest » Tue Oct 13, 2015 10:23 pm

Anonymous User wrote:
BVest wrote:2015

Coif 3.82
High Honors >3.9
Honors <3.6


Honor > 3.6 or < 3.6?

it looks like I can never graduate with honor unless I fill my remaining law school schedule with seminars and business school courses :shock: :shock:


I meant the <3.6 (sub-3.6, as I think I typed). Honors is generally around the 3.57-59 range.

And be wary of seminars. They're not all GPA boosters.

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Re: University of Texas 2015 OCI

Postby BigZuck » Wed Oct 14, 2015 12:43 am

BVest wrote:
Anonymous User wrote:
BVest wrote:2015

Coif 3.82
High Honors >3.9
Honors <3.6


Honor > 3.6 or < 3.6?

it looks like I can never graduate with honor unless I fill my remaining law school schedule with seminars and business school courses :shock: :shock:


I meant the <3.6 (sub-3.6, as I think I typed). Honors is generally around the 3.57-59 range.

And be wary of seminars. They're not all GPA boosters.

Good advice and true story

But if you don't check the grade distribution first then you don't deserve honors anyway cuz that's on you IMO

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Re: University of Texas 2015 OCI

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Oct 14, 2015 1:30 am

BigZuck wrote:
BVest wrote:
Anonymous User wrote:
BVest wrote:2015

Coif 3.82
High Honors >3.9
Honors <3.6


Honor > 3.6 or < 3.6?

it looks like I can never graduate with honor unless I fill my remaining law school schedule with seminars and business school courses :shock: :shock:


I meant the <3.6 (sub-3.6, as I think I typed). Honors is generally around the 3.57-59 range.

And be wary of seminars. They're not all GPA boosters.

Good advice and true story

But if you don't check the grade distribution first then you don't deserve honors anyway cuz that's on you IMO


Booked market grade distribution page since 5 months ago. Will never take a seminar unless the professor gives full As and A-s lol

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Re: University of Texas 2015 OCI

Postby Ken Kesey » Wed Oct 14, 2015 2:35 am

Highest Honors was 4.07 in 2014.

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Re: University of Texas 2015 OCI

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Jul 22, 2016 3:53 pm

bump for 2016?

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Re: University of Texas 2015 OCI

Postby cannibal ox » Fri Jul 22, 2016 5:56 pm

Make a new thread and drop a link in the OP to this thread.




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