GPA: 3.2 But extreme upwards curve LSAT 157

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GPA: 3.2 But extreme upwards curve LSAT 157

Postby Think_lax86 » Fri Jan 01, 2010 4:56 pm

My GPA is a 3.2 but my last 2 semesters at Binghamton I got a 3.85 and a 3.9 because I really wanted to go to grad school and really started to get my life together... After I graduated, this past fall semester I took a bunch of business classes at my local community college and got a 4.0... My LSAT is a 157 and I am debating about taking it again in february because I really am trying to get scholarship money or even improve my chances of getting into my reach schools... I am just worried if I take it again and dont have my applications reviewed until I get the score than I run the risk of possible not doing better and than might have a harder chance getting in at all because I waited so long... I did an internship this past semester with a judge and got a really good LOR from him too... I also think I am going to get an internship with the DA's office in my hometown this spring, which I guess I will send my law schools a letter if I do, just to notify them...

Schools I am applying to, only in New York:

St Johns
New York Law School


What are my chances of getting into any of these schools, and possibly getting money when taking this all into account... PLEASE HELP!

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Re: GPA: 3.2 But extreme upwards curve LSAT 157

Postby BriaTharen » Fri Jan 01, 2010 5:47 pm

Best guesses:

Hofstra: WL/In
St. John's: WL/Reject
Pace: WL/In
NY Law: WL/In
Fordham: Reject
Brooklyn: Reject
Cardozo: Reject

You have a slim to none chance of getting money from any of these schools. LSP puts you, at your highest, with a 60% chance of getting in (at Hofastra, Pace, and NY). You are not a strong consider at any of these schools. If you are dead set on staying in New York, add Touro and Albany to your lists. You are a strong consider at both of those locations. Else, you need to look outside of New York.
Taking the LSAT again is risky, but if you can, I would. You can't count any of these schools as safeties right now.


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Re: GPA: 3.2 But extreme upwards curve LSAT 157

Postby am060459 » Fri Jan 01, 2010 6:13 pm

Hofstra CONSIDER 57%
Pace ?
New York Law School ?

Fordham DENY < 5%
Brooklyn DENY < 5%
Cardozo DENY 11%

add Buffalo (CONSIDER 42%) to your target/safety ... ograms.htm

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Re: GPA: 3.2 But extreme upwards curve LSAT 157

Postby deadpanic » Fri Jan 01, 2010 6:20 pm

I think you'll get into Hofstra, Pace, & NYLS, but probably little to no money.

Unfortunately, definitely out at Fordham, Brooklyn & Cardozo. I'd retake if you are looking for money for sure.

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