Scores: 145, 171, 163

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Ragged
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Re: Scores: 145, 171, 163

Postby Ragged » Tue Jun 08, 2010 9:06 pm

Tautology wrote:
Ragged wrote:
Desert Fox wrote:
Ragged wrote:Is 145, 171, 163 all that different from 145, 171, 163, 164 when we talk about schools that take the highest?


I'd ding her for being a weirdo moron.

"Enjoy BU, gunner" - Dean DF.


Not when you are worried about reporting a 171 LSAT median or facing sacking.


Yep, that's exactly how admissions works. "Admit the 171 weirdo moron or you're fired!"


High LSAT is how wierdo morons make their way to LS, didn't you know? *Looks at DF*

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Re: Scores: 145, 171, 163

Postby 09042014 » Tue Jun 08, 2010 9:09 pm

Ragged wrote:
Tautology wrote:
Ragged wrote:
Desert Fox wrote:
I'd ding her for being a weirdo moron.

"Enjoy BU, gunner" - Dean DF.


Not when you are worried about reporting a 171 LSAT median or facing sacking.


Yep, that's exactly how admissions works. "Admit the 171 weirdo moron or you're fired!"


High LSAT is how wierdo morons make their way to LS, didn't you know? *Looks at DF*


How could I possibly deny this?

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Re: Scores: 145, 171, 163

Postby Dr. Strangelove » Tue Jun 08, 2010 10:50 pm

bankruptedcasino wrote:No more retakes. She should a.) focus attention on writing a solid addendum given her wild score fluctuations, and b.) understand what her chances of admission are at schools that will average her LSAT scores. By my calculations, her average is a 159.

I seriously fell out of my chair when I read she retook a 171.


Only reason why she'd want to retake a 171 is if her grades are low and even then.. those kinds of splitters seem to be more successful if they are able to have other qualities which mitigate the low GPA than an LSAT higher than 171 but if that's not her (and trust me.. most splitters don't fall in that category)- retaking would be best but she shouldn't retake it a 4th time at all.




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