confusedlaw wrote:Wl today 167 3.7
Numbers aren't bad. Do you have any softs?
soccerfreak wrote:T00L wrote:tmon wrote:Sent mine in yesterday, but still pretty 50/50 at this point. Kind of depends on a couple factors outside of my control at this point, actually, so I guess I'll kick back and wait a month.
Me too. pretty much the same boat. I will be paying at least two deposits and then waiting for FIVE WLs...
Similar numbers last year (same LSAT, little higher GPA), my cycle indicates you should have good luck at Vandy (off waitlist) and UCLA (admitted). However, I wouldn't be expecting any cash off a waitlist. Vandy offered 5k/year, but in the broad scheme of things...that's nothing.
confusedlaw wrote:I thought 167 was decent I also survived a stroke nd wrote an addendum for it
2014 wrote:Sorry confused, on one hand I'm surprised because I saw some worse numbers than yours (non-URM) accepted earlier, but on the other hand this probably means that they are 1. committed to keeping that 168 LSAT median and not dropping further next year or 2. A lot of people deposited by yesterday and they simply can't accept anyone right now.
dietcoke0 wrote:confusedlaw wrote:I thought 167 was
167 is a great LSAT, probably like 92-93 percentile. Wash U has a hard 168 wall, which really sucks.
BarcaCrossesTheAlps wrote:I just emailed mine in a Word attachment. Snail mail is nice, personal touch, though.
T00L wrote:BarcaCrossesTheAlps wrote:I just emailed mine in a Word attachment. Snail mail is nice, personal touch, though.
Respectfully disagree. I don't think there is either a positive or negative with snail mail, especially given that WLs probably won't be hearing back until around 5/1 (the 1st deposit refund date). However, if they start making decisions sooner, one can only suffer by sending a LOCI behind everyone else.
Also, digital copies are easier to keep as a part of your file, the rest of which is also digital.