ND/Michigan/NW

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hawks2010
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ND/Michigan/NW

Postby hawks2010 » Thu May 19, 2011 8:14 pm

Coming from T50-60, what's needed to get into each school (about)?

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uzpakalis
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Re: ND/Michigan/NW

Postby uzpakalis » Thu May 19, 2011 9:29 pm

Just guessing...

ND - 15% or better
NW - 10% or better
Mich - 7% or better

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thexfactor
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Re: ND/Michigan/NW

Postby thexfactor » Sat May 21, 2011 2:04 am

ND top 25%
Michshitgan- 5-10% instate. 5% and better if not.
NW 5-10% if you have work experience. 5% and better if not.
I was rejected by both Michshitgan and NW with top 10% from t50.

hawks2010
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Re: ND/Michigan/NW

Postby hawks2010 » Sat May 21, 2011 1:13 pm

thexfactor wrote:ND top 25%
Michshitgan- 5-10% instate. 5% and better if not.
NW 5-10% if you have work experience. 5% and better if not.
I was rejected by both Michshitgan and NW with top 10% from t50.


Thank you, very helpful!

xcountryjunkie
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Re: ND/Michigan/NW

Postby xcountryjunkie » Sat May 21, 2011 1:30 pm

Why is no one on TLS able to grasp the fact that Northwestern's abbreviation is NU (not NW)?

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Re: ND/Michigan/NW

Postby rollingby » Sat May 21, 2011 1:32 pm

xcountryjunkie wrote:Why is no one on TLS able to grasp the fact that Northwestern's abbreviation is NU (not NW)?


Can anyone confirm that NU favors W/E for transfers, and if so, really that much? I mean, if you've proved you can do well in LS without it...

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Re: ND/Michigan/NW

Postby downstream » Sat May 21, 2011 1:51 pm

I have no idea but I would be willing to bet that it has far less to do with how one will perform in law school and more to do with how one will do in the real world.

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rayiner
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Re: ND/Michigan/NW

Postby rayiner » Sat May 21, 2011 2:29 pm

Note that NU cut their transfer class by more than half with the introduction of the AJD program. So it might be substantially more difficult to get in for this year's class.

TigerT09
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Re: ND/Michigan/NW

Postby TigerT09 » Thu Jun 02, 2011 2:47 pm

xcountryjunkie wrote:Why is no one on TLS able to grasp the fact that Northwestern's abbreviation is NU (not NW)?


Agreed, at least in undergrad we never referred to it as NW (GO U NU).

Rayiner - How do you know they cut down their transfer class because of the AJD program? Where did you find the numbers?




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