darkatillam2 wrote:bk1 wrote:darkatillam2 wrote:GPA is 3.38 I believe. Might be slightly higher according to LSAC because I managed an A+ my last quarter and my UG school doesn't factor an A+ into GPA calculations.
Just FYI, even with a 180 your chances at UCLA/USC don't look too good with that GPA. You'd be better off aiming for most of the lower T14 (assuming 170+, maybe 169 for Cornell or Michigan).
Disagree. I am a CA resident and went to another UC for undergrad. I think UCLA is quite possible even with a GPA like mine. Several people with my numbers or worse have gotten in, but obv have done so with 170+ LSAT's. That's prob the only positive thing I have going for me. The UC system always favor's CA residents. I am not saying it will be easy by any means, UCLA will be a huge reach, but it's def attainable.
I'd say the only school's I'd have 0 chance to get into with a 180 would be HYS + Boalt.
Did you even read what I said? I didn't say it was impossible, merely that it was unlikely. I am also unconvinced the the UC law schools actually favor CA residents by a significant margin. Several people have done it, but my point was that it is way more likely that you will get rejected from USC/UCLA and get into one of the lower T14.