In what tier of schools can a splitter get a full ride?

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nycsoul87
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In what tier of schools can a splitter get a full ride?

Postby nycsoul87 » Sun Jun 27, 2010 9:00 pm

I'm curious about something- how far down in the rankings do traditional 3.0ish/170ish splitters need to go to get full rides or significant scholarships?

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Re: In what tier of schools can a splitter get a full ride?

Postby ggocat » Sun Jun 27, 2010 9:21 pm

Hard to predict for splitters. Look for schools that give a lot of full rides and have a 75th percentile lower than your LSAT. Do optional scholarship applications/essays for schools that have them.

It's possible to get some scholarships if you are above the median, but not sure about full rides.

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Re: In what tier of schools can a splitter get a full ride?

Postby cubswin » Sun Jun 27, 2010 9:26 pm

I'm too lazy to check the LSN data, but I think that if your LSAT is high enough (175+, I'm guessing), WUSTL might do it.

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Re: In what tier of schools can a splitter get a full ride?

Postby 09042014 » Sun Jun 27, 2010 9:26 pm

St Johns, Steton Hall, John Marshal, Cooley for sure.

Probably more. Check whatever TTT's are in your region.

I know the T2's in my area look like they give less than t1's.




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