MA980 wrote:Per LSN, it looks like anyone who 1) applied early in the cycle and 2) has 3.6/174 or higher was an auto-admit this year.
If this is accurate (and please, correct me if I'm missing something), if I'm a February complete with a >3.7 GPA and >175 LSAT who gets waitlisted/rejected this cycle, does this mean I should undoubtedly sit out the cycle if I'm dead set on HLS?
I guess what I'm saying is, if I get rejected this year, can that almost entirely be attributed to my late-cycle application? If so I'd apply again in September next year, but if not, I would really prefer not to wait another year only to strikeout again.
Thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated (as I'm sure there are others like me). Thanks and good luck to all!
That sounds reasonable but the one caveat may be that the people applied earily also had something else in common, like WE or something like that. It is possible that was just the availability if seats early in the cycle but there is no guarantee. Also, there is no guarantee that next cycle will be like this cycle (see Columbia thread).