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thatguy99
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3.4 156

Postby thatguy99 » Mon Dec 28, 2009 7:26 pm

Ive always been a poor standardized test, i took the lsat and got a 151. I decided to continue on with my career as an accountant, became a licensed CPA, however still have this burning desire to study law. I decided to take some months off and hit the lsat again, only to improve my score to a 156. I'm also a minority with a disabilty (i hate saying that). I just wanted to know what are my chances at the following schools and whether its worth my time to even reply:

Santa Clara University
University of San Diego
Loyola LA
University of San Francisco

Regards

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rw2264
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Re: 3.4 156

Postby rw2264 » Fri Jan 01, 2010 3:19 pm

stop telling yourself you're a horrible test taker and study your ass off.

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bissey
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Re: 3.4 156

Postby bissey » Fri Jan 01, 2010 3:22 pm

thatguy99 wrote:Ive always been a poor standardized test, i took the lsat and got a 151. I decided to continue on with my career as an accountant, became a licensed CPA, however still have this burning desire to study law. I decided to take some months off and hit the lsat again, only to improve my score to a 156. I'm also a minority with a disabilty (i hate saying that). I just wanted to know what are my chances at the following schools and whether its worth my time to even reply:

Santa Clara University
University of San Diego
Loyola LA
University of San Francisco

Regards


minority as in urm?

if you do part time at SC, SD and Loyola, you're in; full time is probably out. in at SF

thatguy99
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Re: 3.4 156

Postby thatguy99 » Sat Jan 02, 2010 4:31 pm

how much easier is it to get into the part time programs?




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