3.8 / 167

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mcll92
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3.8 / 167

Postby mcll92 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 12:15 am

3.8 GPA Gen Business Admin @ UF online program
167 LSAT
CommCollege for first two years. - got 10 W's, dropped all classes in first yr, but overall 3.5 GPA there.
Transferred jnr yr to UF

Will the W's severely hurt me?
What chances do I have with these schools:
UCLA
USC
UC Berkeley
Northwestern
UPenn
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03121202698008
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Re: 3.8 / 167

Postby 03121202698008 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 12:18 am

I don't know about the rest but Penn is definitely out. I was deferred from ED with a 3.92/168/3.85 masters/military service and I am a PA resident.

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Re: 3.8 / 167

Postby mirdamad » Thu Jul 29, 2010 12:20 am

mcll92 wrote:What chances do I have with these schools:
UCLA - Out/WL
USC -In/WL
UC Berkeley - Out
Northwestern - Out
UPenn

pelmen74
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Re: 3.8 / 167

Postby pelmen74 » Thu Jul 29, 2010 12:22 am

mcll92 wrote:3.8 GPA Gen Business Admin @ UF online program
167 LSAT
CC for first two years. - got 10 W's, dropped all classes in first yr, but overall 3.5 GPA there.
Transferred jnr yr

Will the W's severely hurt me?
What chances do I have with these schools:
UCLA
USC
UC Berkeley
Northwestern
UPenn


UCLA- WL/out
USC- in
Berkley- probably out but who knows?
Northwestern- Out
Upenn- Out
If you can improve your LSAT score just a bit your chances increase significantly at all of these schools.

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Vegas_Rebel
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Re: 3.8 / 167

Postby Vegas_Rebel » Thu Jul 29, 2010 12:22 am

Last cycle I applied with roughly those same numbers (167, 3.72 LSAC score, 3.94 UG GPA)

I was out at Penn, Berkeley, and UCLA.

Northwestern had me on hold (but I have several years of work experience).

I got accepted at USC, but didn't stick around to see how much, if any, scholarship was offered.

In a better cycle, I'd expect more consideration at UCLA and maybe Berkeley. Penn seems unlikely without 3+ LSAT points, but isn't inconceivable.

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Re: 3.8 / 167

Postby im_blue » Thu Jul 29, 2010 7:47 am

UCLA - small
USC - almost 100%
UC Berkeley - close to zero
Northwestern - close to zero
UPenn - zero




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