168 LSAT and 3.2 GPA

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ashleyelizabeth
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168 LSAT and 3.2 GPA

Postby ashleyelizabeth » Fri Aug 06, 2010 10:40 am

I have a 3.2 GPA and a received a 168 on my LSATs. I graduated from SUNY Buffalo and am looking to head to law school fall of 2012. Does anyone have similar stats? I'm really set on Fordham but I'm also looking at New York Law, Buffalo, Villanova and Brooklyn. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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Re: 168 LSAT and 3.2 GPA

Postby CanadianWolf » Fri Aug 06, 2010 10:41 am

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blurbz
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Re: 168 LSAT and 3.2 GPA

Postby blurbz » Fri Aug 06, 2010 10:44 am

Aim higher than you are. Take a look at my cycle for what might be possible. (But account for different geographic preferences.)

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Re: 168 LSAT and 3.2 GPA

Postby 1Levening2013 » Fri Aug 06, 2010 10:46 am

my first suggestion would be to remove New York Law from your list....add cardozo if you want to be in nyc...and maybe rutger for a bargain buy...you will get decent money from cardozo, brooklyn, and rutgers

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Re: 168 LSAT and 3.2 GPA

Postby lawschool2014 » Fri Aug 06, 2010 10:48 am

you will prob have a decent shot at FOrdham Part time.

Do not consider New York Law, Brooklyn Law or Cardozo. These are horrible horrible diploma mill law schools. Fordham is only average, but the other law schools on your list are just bad

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Re: 168 LSAT and 3.2 GPA

Postby NoJob » Fri Aug 06, 2010 10:53 am

lawschool2014 wrote:you will prob have a decent shot at FOrdham Part time.

Do not consider New York Law, Brooklyn Law or Cardozo. These are horrible horrible diploma mill law schools. Fordham is only average, but the other law schools on your list are just bad


This person is right. But, even at Fordham, you must do really well to pay back your law school debt. The odds are stacked against you here.

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Re: 168 LSAT and 3.2 GPA

Postby romothesavior » Fri Aug 06, 2010 10:56 am

Some of the advice advice so far has been horrible.

CanadianWolf wrote:lawschoolpredictor.com


LSP sucks, especially for splitters. I am getting really freakin' tired of people responding to "What are my chances?" threads with "LSP!!!!" LSP is not helpful for a 168/3.2, and it is nowhere near as helpful as LSN. OP, check out lawschoolnumbers.com to gauge your chances.

1Levening2013 wrote:my first suggestion would be to remove New York Law from your list....add cardozo if you want to be in nyc...and maybe rutger for a bargain buy...you will get decent money from cardozo, brooklyn, and rutgers


Do not go to Dozo, Brooklyn, or Rutgers. You have a 168 for Christ's sake.

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blurbz wrote:Aim higher than you are.


You have a shot at acceptances (and perhaps even money) from a number of ~T20 schools. Apply to UMN, UIUC, ND, GW, and WUSTL and you will likely get in with a little money from a few of these. Fordham FT is probably an uphill battle, but PT is possible. Dunno if the cost would be worth it though.

A retake may also be TCR, if you think you can do better. Another couple of points brings the bottom T14 into play.




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