TommyK wrote:jdfrisby wrote:I'm 166 3.475, but with a fairly upward trending GPA. I'm also from Indiana. Does anyone have any idea what my chances are with these numbers? I'm taking the LSAT again in Feb (hopefully 169-173) and I haven't quite finished my app but I was just wondering. Also, I'm diabetic so I am technically under the Americans with Disabilities Act umbrella and I was wondering if that affects admissions/scholarship decisions, and if so, how to let them know this. IU-Indy has a box for ADA to check but no other app has this. Anyway, I know I have a lot of random questions but I was hoping to see if anyone got in with similar numbers that is not a URM and doesn't have any crazy strong softs
You're almost certainly in. Probably in with $120k. A couple people with 166 lsat and substantially lower gpa got $120k.
Regarding your "disability" - no, i sincerely doubt you get additional scholarship money for not being able to process sugars properly.
You should apply soon if you haven't already.
Edit: Allow me to introduce you to Lawschoolnumbers.com, if you haven't already stumbled across it. You can evaluate how the cycles are going. Caveat - information is user-submitted, so accuracy isn't guaranteed, but it's pretty good. You can see how people with your numbers are fairing with acceptances and scholarship money.
http://indiana.lawschoolnumbers.com/sta ... Cycle=1011
I didn't think it had any effect. I just thought it was odd that Indy had that on their app and figured it was worth a shot in the dark. I wasn't expecting anything.
Thanks for the prediction though. I've been to LSN and LSP and they both looked good. I was just wondering what other people in my range were getting.