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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby tram988 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:12 pm

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tram988 wrote:One last thing: You guys have to check this out...so COOL: --LinkRemoved--

hahaha.. tram. are you definitely going to bc?? did you put in a deposit?

haha not yet! I'm trying to stay objective but its hard. I'll probably wait until last minute for the deposit :P

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby colleen » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:25 pm

Does anyone know the lowest LSAT that BC has accepted? Is there a way to find this out other than LSN?

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby even2flow » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:33 pm

colleen wrote:Does anyone know the lowest LSAT that BC has accepted? Is there a way to find this out other than LSN?


I'd imagine that's a tough call since LSN isn't 100% accurate and, like TLS, is all self-selected. I also doubt admissions would tell you, so you'd prob hafta rely on hearsay. Plus a low LSAT may be offset of a 4.0 GPA + Nobel Peace Prize for a soft, I'm sure admissions will tell you something like "we've accepted 150s before", but again, I'm sure there were other factors.

Uhh short answer: no, I don't know it, sorry.

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby TWoodWil » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:36 pm

colleen wrote:Does anyone know the lowest LSAT that BC has accepted? Is there a way to find this out other than LSN?


Last year's info on Boston College

5 people admitted with LSAT scores between 140-149. But that's a huge jump down from 150-159 with 134 admits.

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby SAE » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:37 pm

even2flow wrote:+ Nobel Peace Prize for a soft

Nah.. not a great soft. I hear, those are pretty easy to come by these days.

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby even2flow » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:38 pm

TWoodWil wrote:
colleen wrote:Does anyone know the lowest LSAT that BC has accepted? Is there a way to find this out other than LSN?


Last year's info on Boston College

5 people admitted with LSAT scores between 140-149. But that's a huge jump down from 150-159 with 134 admits.


Awesome, didn't know that existed.

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby tram988 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:40 pm

TWoodWil wrote:
colleen wrote:Does anyone know the lowest LSAT that BC has accepted? Is there a way to find this out other than LSN?


Last year's info on Boston College

5 people admitted with LSAT scores between 140-149. But that's a huge jump down from 150-159 with 134 admits.

Where does it say 5 admitted between 140-49?

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby SAE » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:41 pm

tram988 wrote:
TWoodWil wrote:
colleen wrote:Does anyone know the lowest LSAT that BC has accepted? Is there a way to find this out other than LSN?


Last year's info on Boston College

5 people admitted with LSAT scores between 140-149. But that's a huge jump down from 150-159 with 134 admits.

Where does it say 5 admitted between 140-49?

rightmost column, 3rd number from the bottom.

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby TWoodWil » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:41 pm

even2flow wrote:Awesome, didn't know that existed.


Really? It's like two links off the main LSAC page.

Here - http://officialguide.lsac.org/SearchResults/ShowAllSchools.aspx

Most schools have a grid break down, though some refuse to publish the numbers (out of a claim that each and every applicant is looked at individually, their holistic admissions process, etc.)

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby tram988 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:42 pm

Am I going nuts?? I dont see the category 140-149- only 150-159

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby colleen » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:43 pm

TWoodWil wrote:
Last year's info on Boston College

5 people admitted with LSAT scores between 140-149. But that's a huge jump down from 150-159 with 134 admits.


Thanks! That grid is exactly what I was looking for. My GPA is > 75 percentile and my LSAT is slightly < 25 percentile, so I was trying to figure out my chances.

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby tram988 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:43 pm

colleen wrote:
TWoodWil wrote:
Last year's info on Boston College

5 people admitted with LSAT scores between 140-149. But that's a huge jump down from 150-159 with 134 admits.


Thanks! That grid is exactly what I was looking for. My GPA is > 75 percentile and my LSAT is slightly < 25 percentile, so I was trying to figure out my chances.

I think you have a shot if I did...whats your score?

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby SAE » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:43 pm

tram988 wrote:Am I going nuts?? I dont see the category 140-149- only 150-159

give it another try :roll:

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby twintipping_bumps » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:44 pm

TWoodWil wrote:
colleen wrote:Does anyone know the lowest LSAT that BC has accepted? Is there a way to find this out other than LSN?


Last year's info on Boston College

5 people admitted with LSAT scores between 140-149. But that's a huge jump down from 150-159 with 134 admits.


I find these graphs interesting and wish more schools would list them. Although by no means the best odds, I applied because I saw applicants with a score between 165 and 169 and GPA between 3.0 and 3.24 were accepted around 18% of the time. Yet, I have to wonder how many of those people are like 3.22/169.
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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby TWoodWil » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:44 pm

tram988 wrote:Am I going nuts?? I dont see the category 140-149- only 150-159


Yes you are going nuts. Look at the far left column. Third row from the bottom. There's "140-149". Now keep on that row and go to the far right column. There's total admits for 140-149.

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby even2flow » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:44 pm

TWoodWil wrote:
even2flow wrote:Awesome, didn't know that existed.


Really? It's like two links off the main LSAC page.

Here - http://officialguide.lsac.org/SearchResults/ShowAllSchools.aspx

Most schools have a grid break down, though some refuse to publish the numbers (out of a claim that each and every applicant is looked at individually, their holistic admissions process, etc.)


Yeah my experience with the LSAC site is limited to registering for the LSAT and sending out apps. I figured they published data, but I didn't think it was THAT in depth.

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby tram988 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:45 pm

SAE wrote:
tram988 wrote:Am I going nuts?? I dont see the category 140-149- only 150-159

give it another try :roll:



I dont know what you are looking at but I have 4 categories: 175-180; 165-169; 150-159; and below 140.

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby SAE » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:46 pm

tram988 wrote:I dont know what you are looking at but I have 4 categories: 175-180; 165-169; 150-159; and below 140.

I wish I knew what to tell you.. Reload the page?

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby colleen » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:46 pm

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby tram988 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:47 pm

SAE wrote:
tram988 wrote:I dont know what you are looking at but I have 4 categories: 175-180; 165-169; 150-159; and below 140.

I wish I knew what to tell you.. Reload the page?

I did. Can someone else tell me if they see a 140-149 category or a below 140 category?

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby TWoodWil » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:47 pm

tram988 wrote:
SAE wrote:
tram988 wrote:Am I going nuts?? I dont see the category 140-149- only 150-159

give it another try :roll:



I dont know what you are looking at but I have 4 categories: 175-180; 165-169; 150-159; and below 140.


As I wrote above, "Look at the far left column. Third row from the bottom. There's "140-149". Now keep on that row and go to the far right column. There's total admits for 140-149."

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby tram988 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:48 pm

TWoodWil wrote:
tram988 wrote:
SAE wrote:
tram988 wrote:Am I going nuts?? I dont see the category 140-149- only 150-159

give it another try :roll:



I dont know what you are looking at but I have 4 categories: 175-180; 165-169; 150-159; and below 140.


As I wrote above, "Look at the far left column. Third row from the bottom. There's "140-149". Now keep on that row and go to the far right column. There's total admits for 140-149."


I know that I'm not retarded. My site is not showing that category. I have listed the ones appearing on my computer.

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby colleen » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:49 pm

Yes there is a category for 140-149 and also a category for below 140

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby SAE » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:49 pm

this

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Re: BC Law 2010

Postby tram988 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:49 pm

Does your chart have blacked out numbers..hang on ill post a screen shot




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