Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

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Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

Postby Lawyerwannabe18 » Sun Feb 14, 2010 10:19 pm

Chances with money at these?

University of Washington,
Seattle U
ASU
UA
UCLA-reach
USC-reach

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Re: Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

Postby Lawyerwannabe18 » Mon Feb 15, 2010 3:15 am

anyone?

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Re: Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

Postby Veyron » Mon Feb 15, 2010 4:02 am

ASU, yes.

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Re: Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

Postby Lawyerwannabe18 » Tue Feb 16, 2010 5:04 am

Any shot at U of Arizona money?

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Re: Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

Postby PDaddy » Tue Feb 16, 2010 5:34 am

SU is notoriously stingy regardless of your numbers, and with the knowledge that the other schools might be willing to "buy" your LSAT, they aren't likely to fight too hard to get you, unless you wrote a really convincing essay that makes them think you just have to be in Seattle. I say they give you 75% thinking you will go somewhere else anyways. But I could be wrong

UW may also buy your LSAT, but you likely won't get more than 50-75% with that GPA. You would be better off with 168/3.6 at UW as their adcom tends to favor balanced stats. But I could really be wrong, here.

AZ and AZ St. are likely going to give you 50-75% (maybe 100%), as they buy LSAT's. I could definitely be wrong here.

USC and UCLA will probably only give you $10-20K. They don't need your LSAT because they have "splitters" with higher GPA's (or just more balanced applicants) who can give them your score or something close (Stanford and Berkeley rejects!). But it depends on their needs (and whether you are out of state in UCLA's case). I doubt I am wrong here.

But I haven't looked at your profile.

I applied to UCLA (out of state) and got waitlisted by them last year, so I can't quite figure out how they do business (I'm a URM with 162 LSAT!).

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Re: Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

Postby Volo » Tue Feb 16, 2010 12:41 pm

in at all.

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Re: Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

Postby Veyron » Tue Feb 16, 2010 12:54 pm

Probably at least some at U of A, I would say lots but is kinda late in the cycle. Also, you may be able to get residency 2nd year.

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Re: Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

Postby Lawyerwannabe18 » Tue Feb 16, 2010 4:36 pm

Thanks for all the replies.

:D

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Re: Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

Postby cLams » Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:24 pm

My LSAT is far lower than yours and I received money from UA. I wasn't complete until 2/1 either, so it shouldn't be too late! They have a reputation for being pretty generous, so good luck!! :D

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Re: Chances with money? UW, UA, ASU, USC, ect, 172 3.2

Postby insidethetwenty » Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:33 pm

Washington doesn't really do merit aid.




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