December retake, applying THIS cycle

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silverlake33
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December retake, applying THIS cycle

Postby silverlake33 » Sat Nov 13, 2010 10:10 am

I was just advised by an old professor (he wrote an LOR for me and teaches at a T14 law school) not to retake- saying there is little to gain for the risk. Well, his advice came after I already made up my mind and signed up :)

Good luck to everyone else in the same boat. I will be joining the not-so-desirable pool of (hopefully) 170+/3.5 splitters submitting in January.

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Re: December retake, applying THIS cycle

Postby Sandro » Sun Nov 14, 2010 7:41 pm

yea, nobody wants to be in that 170+/3.5 "splitter" club

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Re: December retake, applying THIS cycle

Postby Pleasye » Sun Nov 14, 2010 7:53 pm

silverlake33 wrote:I was just advised by an old professor (he wrote an LOR for me and teaches at a T14 law school) not to retake- saying there is little to gain for the risk. Well, his advice came after I already made up my mind and signed up :)

Good luck to everyone else in the same boat. I will be joining the not-so-desirable pool of (hopefully) 170+/3.5 splitters submitting in January.

If you get a 170+ and have a 3.5 you are not a splitter. HTH.

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Re: December retake, applying THIS cycle

Postby silverlake33 » Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:48 am

3.5x is below median of close to half of the top 50 schools... I didn't mean to put down anyone else, since coming to this forum I guess my GPA seems low in comparison so it's all relative.




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