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whereto4law wrote:3.83 GPA, 163 LSAT, What schools in the top 25 should I apply to? I have fee waivers from Penn, Michigan, Duke, Northwestern, and UVA so I will be submitting apps. to those. I appreciate your input!
Are you a URM?
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FWIW, lsp gives you a "strong consider" for Emory, and a "consider" for Cornell, Texas, Vandy, USC, Wash U, GW, Illinois, and BU. But for us "reverse-splitter" types, lawschoolnumbers will give you a far more accurate picture.
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whereto4law wrote:I am Latino.
The boost at schools you get will vary widely from none, to a good amount, depending on what type of latino.
And with no URM boost, you probably aren't getting into the top 25 without a LSAT retake.
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WashUStL, Emory, Minnesota, Boston University, Illinois, GWU should be your best bets. As a Latino applicant, USC, Vanderbilt, Cornell & some others should be reasonable reaches. Although likely to upset some readers, I think that your chances at Penn are good--especially since you received a fee waiver.
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