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should i ed columbia

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birdmann783
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Postby birdmann783 » Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:33 pm

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LongueFrappe
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Re: 3.7 gpa/ 160 lsat aa male

Postby LongueFrappe » Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:55 pm

Yes, but you do have 4 more chances to retake the test until February of next year if you are indeed applying for the next cycle.

brooklynballers
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Re: 3.7 gpa/ 160 lsat aa male

Postby brooklynballers » Tue Mar 02, 2010 2:25 pm

ED'ing would be your best shot. HYS chances are very slim with that LSAT. I'd say do it.

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Rand M.
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Re: 3.7 gpa/ 160 lsat aa male

Postby Rand M. » Tue Mar 02, 2010 2:28 pm

CCN down is probably a done deal. HS is not out of the question if you have impressive stuff going on "off the court." You are in at least one T6.

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birdmann783
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Re: 3.7 gpa/ 160 lsat aa male

Postby birdmann783 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 9:28 pm

the issue with ed-ing is that I would be forced to work corporate to pay that off.... why not get a scholarship at a lower ranked school in the t14 and graduate there...

where i was working, many of the people in the t14 were grouped together...so lower loans = more financial freedom starting off...= less living like a bum


Am i paying for a name?? or is it more than that?

Also has anyone applied ed to any school and were successful receiving scholarships outside of school

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birdmann783
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Re: 3.7 gpa/ 160 lsat aa male ...next cycle

Postby birdmann783 » Tue Apr 27, 2010 1:28 am

bump

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futurelawyer413
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Re: 3.7 gpa/ 160 lsat aa male

Postby futurelawyer413 » Tue Apr 27, 2010 1:38 am

birdmann783 wrote:the issue with ed-ing is that I would be forced to work corporate to pay that off.... why not get a scholarship at a lower ranked school in the t14 and graduate there...

where i was working, many of the people in the t14 were grouped together...so lower loans = more financial freedom starting off...= less living like a bum


Am i paying for a name?? or is it more than that?

Also has anyone applied ed to any school and were successful receiving scholarships outside of school


not sure if this is going to help at all - but have you looked/tried these two sites? you can google each one to get the exact site.
1) Law school numbers - compare similar numbers/stats to see when people applied, when they heard back, how much $ they were offered, wherelse they got accepted/rejected from etc. This can give you an idea, although be careful of the fake profiles ppl put up on there lol
2) Law School predictor - jsut like the name says, it's a pretty good estimator of where you are likely to get admitted. of course, you seem to have great softs, and you are AA.

I agree with you that it makes sense to get a scholly at a T14 and grad from there, most if not all debt-free. Good luck!

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Re: 3.7 gpa/ 160 lsat aa male

Postby Dustin. » Tue Apr 27, 2010 1:42 am

Rand M. wrote:"off the court."


Blatant racist remark.




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