I'm think EDing to Loyola Marymount (Los Angeles)

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dragonfly22588
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I'm think EDing to Loyola Marymount (Los Angeles)

Postby dragonfly22588 » Thu Jul 01, 2010 3:01 am

Alright, so my UGPA is 3.13 but my lsdas GPA estimate right now is 3.09. Assuming 3.09 will be my GPA, what lsat do I need to get into Loyola Marymount without considering applying ED? What LSAT range would I get to need to use ED for best effect?

On another note, I've just recently begun to seriously study and my PTs are in the low 150s, I believe I can get to that mid 160s range. If that happens what other law schools in CA preferably should I look at for a decent chance of getting in? Other areas I can see myself practicing/living are in the NE area, west coast but very unlikely in the south or midwest. Thanks!

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Re: I'm think EDing to Loyola Marymount (Los Angeles)

Postby ModestExplosion » Thu Jul 01, 2010 3:20 am

Other schools in CA that you may want to consider depending on your LSAT are San Diego and Santa Clara.

For the NE try looking into Seton Hall (NJ), Northeastern (MA) and Rutgers (NJ).

This is just a short list of possible schools you may want to check out with your expected GPA and LSAT.

Best of luck!!! :D

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Re: I'm think EDing to Loyola Marymount (Los Angeles)

Postby balzern » Thu Jul 01, 2010 1:45 pm

To be honest, you shouldn't even be worrying about where you could get in right now. Your PTs are usually a good indicator +/- 5 points of your real test - I took a ton of PTs and had a bad test day and scored -7 from my average. Point is, untill you have an ACTUAL LSAT speculation is pretty pointless.




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