Look at LSN people, HYS is out. But I would expet at least one of CCN and definite money at MVPD
Since LSN gives us a definitive answer and is a large enough sampling in proportion to the total number of applicants, total number accepted, and total number rejected? While LSN gives us admissions data, what we should talk from it is not unqualified prognostications but simply provisional guidance.
I'd say Law School Predictor gives us a better sense of how things might end up for an application to HYS, ceteris paribus
. But, of course, it gives no guarantees. With OP's numbers, she's a CONSIDER at all three. Looks to me like all three are worth an application.
It is incredibly unlikely that Harvard or Stanford will let in a non-URM with a 3.48, even with a 180. Donnie, you're out of your element.
I didn't say it was likely. All I did was make an either/or prediction and said, of that either/or, it would be Stanford. On what did I base the prediction? A friend of mine was accepted out of undergrad with a 3.49 and 178 at Stanford a couple of years ago. That tells me it's possible. Hence, I made the call irrespective of the likelihood of the actual outcome.
WAY too optimistic. Harvard may be worth the less than 10% chance at admission but YS definitely out.
See my response above. Given that it has happened and is, then, a possibility, I'd say the level of your pessimism ("YS definitely out") far exceeds the level of my optimism.