168/2.97

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JCougar
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168/2.97

Postby JCougar » Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:36 pm

Predict my cycle!

Cornell
WUSTL
Minnesota
George Washington
UIUC
Iowa
Wisconsin (in-state)
Case Western
Florida (in-state)
Florida State (in-state)
Chicago Kent
Loyola Chicago
Stetson

I probably have too many safeties, but I had a lower LSAT when I applied to most of them.

Edit: softs equal 3 years WE in some big corporate offices and a MS. Also lots of political campaign volunteering.

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Re: 168/2.97

Postby Snuffie » Mon Mar 01, 2010 6:21 pm

What was the lower LSAT score you mentioned? That'll make a difference for schools like WUSTL.

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Re: 168/2.97

Postby ndirish2010 » Mon Mar 01, 2010 6:24 pm

Snuffie wrote:What was the lower LSAT score you mentioned? That'll make a difference for schools like WUSTL.


No it won't...

Cornell- OUT
WUSTL- IN
Minnesota- WL
George Washington- OUT
UIUC- WL/OUT
Chicago Kent- IN
Loyola Chicago-IN
Stetson-IN

Don't know enough about the others

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Re: 168/2.97

Postby Snuffie » Mon Mar 01, 2010 6:47 pm

ndirish2010 wrote:
Snuffie wrote:What was the lower LSAT score you mentioned? That'll make a difference for schools like WUSTL.


No it won't...


Mind explaining? Particularly where WUSTL is concerned....

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Re: 168/2.97

Postby JCougar » Mon Mar 01, 2010 8:57 pm

Snuffie wrote:What was the lower LSAT score you mentioned? That'll make a difference for schools like WUSTL.


Not sure if WUSTL cares, but my lower scores were 162 and 158.

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Re: 168/2.97

Postby ndirish2010 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 2:58 pm

Snuffie wrote:
ndirish2010 wrote:
Snuffie wrote:What was the lower LSAT score you mentioned? That'll make a difference for schools like WUSTL.


No it won't...


Mind explaining? Particularly where WUSTL is concerned....


WUSTL doesn't average. They just want 167+ LSATs to pad their numbers, I doubt they would care too much what you got on a previous exam.

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Re: 168/2.97

Postby friendofthedevil » Tue Mar 02, 2010 3:06 pm

I'd say out at Cornell and probably WUSTL, WL at GW, in everywhere else. (I got WL at GW with similar numbers). Good luck. Are catmen URMs? that might help.

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Re: 168/2.97

Postby Bauer24 » Sat Mar 06, 2010 1:57 am

That 168 LSAT will help you a lot but that 2.97 GPA is a real downer.

Predictions
Cornell: Deny
WUSTL: Waitlist or Deny
Minnesota: Waitlist or Deny
George Washington: Waitlist or Deny
UIUC: Waitlist or Accept
Iowa: Waitlist or Accept
Wisconsin (in-state): Accept
Case Western: Accept
Florida (in-state): Accept with $$
Florida State (in-state): Accept with $$
Chicago Kent: Waitlist or Accept (seem to rely on GPA pretty heavily)
Loyola Chicago: Accept
Stetson: Accept with $$

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Re: 168/2.97

Postby BigA » Mon Mar 08, 2010 1:28 am

Just wondering how you qualify for in-state at both Wisc and Florida?

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Re: 168/2.97

Postby JCougar » Mon Mar 08, 2010 12:52 pm

BigA wrote:Just wondering how you qualify for in-state at both Wisc and Florida?


Born in Wisconsin and parents still live there. Currently living in Florida for the last 2 years.

All good schools to have in-state tuition privledges in. :)




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