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Re: 163/3.83 Latino(no mx/pr)

Postby ziggie » Mon Jun 28, 2010 12:12 am

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Re: 163/3.83 Latino(no mx/pr)

Postby am060459 » Mon Jun 28, 2010 12:13 am

ziggie wrote:Got a 163 on the June LSAT and have a 3.83 GPA; wondering what range of schools I should be looking at and even some reaches I should be thinking about applying to.

I've run my numbers through LSP, but I was wondering what kind of effect the diversity factor can have on my chances. I was born in South America and moved to the US in high school, where I first started to learn English (somehow still pulled a 4.0 in HS). I know I am not officially considered an URM, not being Mexican/PR/AA, but I am confident that my PS and DS can show law schools that I can contribute to the diversity on campus. Is that relevant to law schools or do they only care about trad. URMs? Let me know what you think!


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Re: 163/3.83 Latino(no mx/pr)

Postby Haribo » Mon Jun 28, 2010 2:12 am

No one really knows. Apply to a range of schools next year and come back and update TLS how it goes :)

(General consensus on TLS is that it won't matter, but I haven't seen much evidence one way or the other.)




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