Any help would be appreciated.

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ianfitzy
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Any help would be appreciated.

Postby ianfitzy » Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:40 pm

I sent out my apps at the beginning of June and have had them on hold until now for the February LSATs. I was lucky enough to jump a few points to put me over the 160 barrier and hit 162. My GPA is a little low but it is a result of being stupid Freshmen year. I have a strong upward trend with two consecutive semesters of 3.7s on the Dean's List. LSAC GPA 3.2 My major GPA is also 3.85. So 3.2 162. Here is where I applied:

Villanova
Suffolk (Do I get any money here? It would make my decisions real tough if I do)
New England Law
Wake Forest
Tulane
Case Western
UConn (my undergrad, both of my recommendations should be really good and are from UConn professors)
Northeastern
Quinnipiac

So where do I get into/rejected... Hoping for some scholarship money to Suffolk which would be nice and allow me to live at home for free. Any insight would be appreciated.
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jetlagz28
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Re: Any help would be appreciated.

Postby jetlagz28 » Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:42 pm

We need your LSAC GPA.

ianfitzy
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Re: Any help would be appreciated.

Postby ianfitzy » Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:49 pm

jetlagz28 wrote:We need your LSAC GPA.


Sorry about that... 3.2

jetlagz28
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Re: Any help would be appreciated.

Postby jetlagz28 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 12:02 am

I'd apply to any school that you like in the 45-90 range and cross your fingers.




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