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Postby am060459 » Wed Jul 28, 2010 6:01 pm

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i have decent internship/work and volunteering experience
i want to pursue Business Law

list of schools i plan on applying early setpember:
reaches
U Iowa
Indiana U-Bloomington
U Wisconsin-Madison
Ohio State U
U Alabama
Case Western Reserve
Brooklyn Law School

target
U Miami (FL)
Pennsylvania State U

if EDing at one of the reaches schools would better my chance im all for it.

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Postby am060459 » Wed Jul 28, 2010 8:22 pm

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Postby am060459 » Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:33 pm

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Postby Sell Manilla » Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:44 pm

Honest suggestion: your subject made me curious to see what cleverness was in store, & I am now disappointed. I suggest changing your title to something more serious & you'll draw the helper crowd.

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Postby dominkay » Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:45 pm

Retake.

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Postby cinefile 17 » Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:51 pm

Two things:

1. Where do you want to work? All of the schools you can get into and all of the ones you have listed are extremely regional. You should go to the best school you can get into in the region you want to work.

2. The real answer is that you should retake your LSAT. None of these schools are worth going to at full price and it is doubtful you will get money.

In general, your targets seem really reasonable and the top four of your reaches are all likely out of reach without ED. If you absolutely wont retake your LSAT, go with the best school in the region you want to work in. If you absolutely don't care where you live AT ALL try ED to Bloomington.

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Postby am060459 » Wed Jul 28, 2010 11:07 pm

thank you all for your responses. i would like to work in the Northeast but i am more concerned with getting into a good school.

i was thinking ED at IU-Bloomington also.

i am thinking about retaking just wanted to see where i stand regarding these schools.


thanks again.

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Postby GettingReady2010 » Wed Jul 28, 2010 11:14 pm

am060459 wrote:thank you all for your responses. i would like to work in the Northeast but i am more concerned with getting into a good school.

i was thinking ED at IU-Bloomington also.

i am thinking about retaking just wanted to see where i stand regarding these schools.


thanks again.


I seriously doubt you would get admitted ED at IU. They seem to pretty much love people with a 164 or higher.

Also, I would say that it is VERY unlikely that you would admitted at any of your reaches.

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Postby cinefile 17 » Wed Jul 28, 2010 11:21 pm

GettingReady2010 wrote:
am060459 wrote:thank you all for your responses. i would like to work in the Northeast but i am more concerned with getting into a good school.

i was thinking ED at IU-Bloomington also.

i am thinking about retaking just wanted to see where i stand regarding these schools.


thanks again.


I seriously doubt you would get admitted ED at IU. They seem to pretty much love people with a 164 or higher.

Also, I would say that it is VERY unlikely that you would admitted at any of your reaches.


After looking at LSN I retract my suggestion and credit this. OP, I think you should retake. A LSAT in the 160s would do you wonders.




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