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Postby Redhornet110 » Thu Aug 19, 2010 5:52 pm

Checked out LSP and LSN, but LSN seems a bit off/too generous and I'm wary of drawing big conclusions from LSP because of self selection biases and the small sample sizes.

Thanks very much. I really appreciate the help.
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Re: 168 LSAT, 3.88 LSDAS

Postby dissonance1848 » Fri Aug 20, 2010 6:45 pm

Fordham, GW, WashU, Vandy, Cornell, Duke and Northwestern I think you should be in. Your GPA is around 75% for them and your LSAT is near 75%. Berkeley seems like a very good bet too, given their GPA focus. UVA/Michigan might be a bit of an issue, they might want a bit higher LSAT, but I think your chances are good. Only Penn and NYU would seem to be stretches. If you E'D to either, it would definitely help your chances, don't know how much though

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Re: 168 LSAT, 3.88 LSDAS

Postby 2ofspades » Fri Aug 20, 2010 7:05 pm

Redhornet110 wrote:I'm wary of drawing big conclusions from LSP

You are the wisest 0L on TLS. No joke.

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