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Postby brontosaurus » Mon Nov 01, 2010 7:06 pm

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Re: 3.41/ 155 cuban BLS?

Postby brontosaurus » Mon Nov 01, 2010 7:15 pm

Thanks for the help, I appreciate it. I'm considering retaking, but don't think I can fit it in with my current job.

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Re: 3.41/ 155 cuban BLS?

Postby dodgerboy86 » Mon Nov 01, 2010 7:24 pm

I would say that your chances are as follows ...

20% at BLS
30% at Cardozo
40% at St. John's (possibly 50% if you ED)
50% at Rutgers
50% at Seton Hall
60% at Syracuse

If I were you I'd retake the LSAT in December and try to raise your score; if you can land a 160 your chances will increase significantly. If not, you better right one heck of a personal statement!

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Re: 3.41/ 155 cuban BLS?

Postby URMdan » Wed Nov 03, 2010 2:02 am

dodgerboy86 wrote:I would say that your chances are as follows ...

20% at BLS
30% at Cardozo
40% at St. John's (possibly 50% if you ED)
50% at Rutgers
50% at Seton Hall
60% at Syracuse

If I were you I'd retake the LSAT in December and try to raise your score; if you can land a 160 your chances will increase significantly. If not, you better right one heck of a personal statement!



Ummmm, no?

First off, SJLS does not have an ED option.

Second, LSP has less than 10% chance for BLS and Cardozo, not sure where you got 20 and 30% from.

If you are dead set on attending BLS, then retake in December and apply PT. If you can manage a 3 point increase, your chances of getting into the PT program are 50%, and 30% for the FT program.

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Re: 3.41/ 155 cuban BLS?

Postby brontosaurus » Thu Nov 04, 2010 6:41 am

Thanks, I'm going to have to retake it in dec.




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