vasiok wrote:junelsatonmonday wrote:does that count?
jarofsoup wrote:I have not taken the LSAT but my diagnostic was 130, which is a fail, and but I am in a 3 month course to raise it so I expect to get around 160, hopefully above I am treating it like a full time job. I am not good at diagnostic tests because it doesn't make me try hard if I know it does not count.
jsporter wrote:jarofsoup wrote:I have not taken the LSAT but my diagnostic was 130, which is a fail, and but I am in a 3 month course to raise it so I expect to get around 160, hopefully above I am treating it like a full time job. I am not good at diagnostic tests because it doesn't make me try hard if I know it does not count.
Good luck with that.
drstumpster wrote:I don't think those numbers are realistic, even if you're a URM. And I don't know why that would be true particularly if you're a male.
If you're aiming for an LSAT goal, I'd shoot for 170+. Obviously the higher the better (more $ right?) - so just practice until you consistently hit 175+. The LSAT is learnable, so just practice and figure out strategies that will help you be quicker and more accurate until you achieve your target goal.
wwarren wrote:- 161 & 3.45 GPA/LSDAS GPA
- Many positives beyond those two numbers
- Georgia resident, would prefer to practice in the South Atlantic region
- Attended a liberal arts school with a strong reputation in the region, verified by speaking with admissions representatives from places such as UGA, Emory, William & Mary, and Richmond.
- My shortlist:
University of Illinois*
William & Mary
University of Georgia
University of Alabama
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
University of Tennessee
University of Kentucky
Wake Forest University
University of Richmond*
Georgia State University
* = application fee waived
Just wondering if anyone might have insight as to my odds at any of these places. I feel like the middle 8 or so (between Illinois and Richmond) I would be considered a bubble student. My hope is to perhaps be accepted to 1 of my top 2, 2 of the middle 8, and both of the safety schools. Is this realistic? Also, does anyone else have information on law schools that have easily obtained application fee waivers?
Thanks in advance for your input.
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