? on scholarships

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MrSoOoFLy
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? on scholarships

Postby MrSoOoFLy » Fri Apr 09, 2010 8:02 pm

so are scholarships mainly used as motivation to encourage over qualified potential students to go to a school? are they based xclusively on lsat/gpa/combo ... if someone is a splitter are they less likely to get a scholly? does your fafsa have n e thing to do with schollys?

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Re: ? on scholarships

Postby adameus » Fri Apr 09, 2010 8:06 pm

MrSoOoFLy wrote:so are scholarships mainly used as motivation to encourage over qualified potential students to go to a school? are they based xclusively on lsat/gpa/combo ... if someone is a splitter are they less likely to get a scholly? does your fafsa have n e thing to do with schollys?

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1. I would not say mainly, but yes that is one of the functions of scholarships.
2. no, but like law school admissions, this is likely the most important factor
3. potentially
4. I don't think it does.




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