LilMonsterAnnie wrote:albanach wrote:FrOhara1213 wrote:Thoughts please!
Unfortunately your Grad School GPA counts for very little. Like that or not, it's the way it is. Your 3.6 is marginally above Buffalo's Median, but your LSAT of 148 is below average, and below Buffalo's 25th percentile.
If you want to see a different outcome to your cycle, the answer is to retake the LSAT.
Of the other schools you mentioned, lawschoolpredictor.com has you as a deny at all bar Syracuse where you're a weak consider.
You are off base. I have personally spoken to 6 Admin directors during on campus visits and they weigh a grad degree MORE heavily than an undergrad gpa.
Many schools will factor in your softs IF you show above average interest.
My thought is this: Did you visit the school? Did you write a target letter? Does the school offer what you want to specialize in?
if you answer no to any of this, they spotted you a mile away. Safety or not.
Don't let one rejection freak you out. Safety schools tend to be schools we 'settle for'
Considering Grad school GPAs don't factor into school's GPA medians, and thus do not affect their USNews rankings, I'd say he's not off base at all.