164/2.79

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dshirs32
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164/2.79

Postby dshirs32 » Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:08 pm

Hey everybody, I am a senior at a top-30 university. My 2.79 GPA is sub-par, but I address it in an addendum; however, I have a 164 LSAT score. I applied pretty late this cycle and just wanted some honest feedback on my chances for admissions at some places...Cardozo part-time, Seton Hall part-time, Rutgers (Newark), Rutgers (Camden) part-time, Penn State, American part-time, Brooklyn part-time, UConn, New York Law School, Temple, Richmond, St. John's. Thanks and I'd really appreciate opinions.

msesquire2b
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Re: 164/2.79

Postby msesquire2b » Thu Feb 25, 2010 3:22 pm

dshirs32 wrote:Hey everybody, I am a senior at a top-30 university. My 2.79 GPA is sub-par, but I address it in an addendum; however, I have a 164 LSAT score. I applied pretty late this cycle and just wanted some honest feedback on my chances for admissions at some places...Cardozo part-time, Seton Hall part-time, Rutgers (Newark), Rutgers (Camden) part-time, Penn State, American part-time, Brooklyn part-time, UConn, New York Law School, Temple, Richmond, St. John's. Thanks and I'd really appreciate opinions.


Your school lists looks like preliminary list. Good Luck... Maybe I will see you at Brooklyn (the only school that I applied to on the list... I decided to apply to schools with no application fee lol)
BTW It's best to check the LSAC "Official Law School data". They list how many were accepted in each GPA and LSAT range.




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