Chances 3.0 GPA, 165 (PT)

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jeremydc
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Chances 3.0 GPA, 165 (PT)

Postby jeremydc » Mon May 17, 2010 12:21 am

Just wondering... I have been taking pts a lot and been getting an average of 165. I know it doesn't count but it makes me happy to think its possible

Got another year to go and will end up with at least a 3.0. Took an extra class in my 1st two years ending up with a 2.7 ish undergrad.

I am a realistic and dont think I'll get into top schools.

I want to get into Newark. The in state tuition for out of state with 12 month lease got me hooked.



What are my chances? Chances of maybe a scholarship?

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Re: Chances 3.0 GPA, 165 (PT)

Postby jeremydc » Mon May 17, 2010 1:37 am

No one?

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Re: Chances 3.0 GPA, 165 (PT)

Postby moandersen » Mon May 17, 2010 12:29 pm

if you get a 165, youll be fine at newark. you can get into a T40 school with those numbers. everything is hypothetical though until you get an actual score.

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Re: Chances 3.0 GPA, 165 (PT)

Postby Dr. Strangelove » Mon May 17, 2010 1:27 pm

A 165 will be enough to get into Newark.

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Re: Chances 3.0 GPA, 165 (PT)

Postby Kobe_Teeth » Mon May 17, 2010 1:32 pm

A 167 will make you much happier with your future propspects though. Seriously, my GPA was a 2.8 and I had a 165 and it got me some good money in tier 2 but a bunch of WL's in tier 1. When I look at LSN, I notice that two more questions right on that silly LSAT would have made a world of difference in my acceptances (though I more than likely would end up at the same school with the same scholly - hence my lack of a re-take).

Also, I'm sure you know this, a 170 would do you a world of wonders.

But yes, you're in at Newark.




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