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Postby yjj209 » Thu Jun 24, 2010 1:36 am

With a 3.8 / 165,
I got into BC ($$$), Emory ($$$), Notre Dame ($$$) and Cardozo ($$$)
I'm an international student (trilingual) with experience in finance.

I got WL by BU, Northwestern, Vandy, G-town, Illionois, Cornell and Fordham, and
got rejected by GWU and USC.

I applied rather late in the cycle (around mid-January).

Do you think I'd have a better chance at those schools if I applied again in the next cycle (in around Sept-Oct this time around)?

(Don't ask me why I'm doing this..but hypothetically speaking..)

I'm lookin at

Cornell, GWU, NW, Vandy, BU and Fordham..

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Re: Reapplying..

Postby JWicker10 » Thu Jun 24, 2010 6:44 pm

I think applying earlier in the cycle will definitely give you a much better shot at your goal schools. I'd also recommend re-taking the LSAT, 2-3 points would make a world of difference in your position.

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