freestallion wrote:MumofCad wrote:freestallion wrote::( I didn't get a waiver, though my numbers are above their medians. Can we request a priority track invite?
Maybe its based on having one significantly higher than their 75th or something to make the 10 day decision thing manageable? Seems most in this thread have LSATs at 173+, so that may be their floor. Is there even an easy way for them to search via our GPAs? I got fee waivers before mine went complete due to missing transcripts... I am wondering if the determining factor is actually just LSAT.
Hm, I do have a 173. Anyway, if I don't get priority track I probably won't be applying.
Yeah, I don't know if they can search GPAs easily so it is probably based on the LSAT!
Well that would be strange though because someone else has their LSAT as 173 and they got one. Maybe they can search both. It would be pretty strange to be using a single metric and just randomly selecting some and not others that meet the standard.
It sounds like your numbers are competitive and in the range. You can always call and ask to be considered. The worst they can say is we don't do that. As long as your nice and talk positively about being eager to apply, I can't see them dinging you for it. And like you said, if you won't apply otherwise then you really have nothing to lose.