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downing
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3.24/ 165

Postby downing » Sun Nov 14, 2010 6:31 am

softs:
2+ years work experience
2+ years abroad
multi-lingual (korean, japanese, hebrew, english)
non-urm

I checked several law school predictors, so I have some clue about my chances, but I'm interested in your opinions.

Fordham
BC
Cardozo
BU (big reach but yeh!)
Cornell (another big reach!)
UConn
Notre Dame
Hastings
Davis

Curry

Re: 3.24/ 165

Postby Curry » Sun Nov 14, 2010 6:40 am

downing wrote:softs:
2+ years work experience
2+ years abroad
multi-lingual (korean, japanese, hebrew, english)
non-urm

I checked several law school predictors, so I have some clue about my chances, but I'm interested in your opinions.

Fordham WL - In
BC Out
Cardozo In
BU (big reach but yeh!) Out
Cornell (another big reach!) Don't waste your money
UConn In
Notre Dame WL - Out
Hastings WL - In
Davis WL - Out


My advice is to retake.

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Re: 3.24/ 165

Postby Mike12188 » Sun Nov 14, 2010 6:53 am

curryinaninstant wrote:
downing wrote:softs:
2+ years work experience
2+ years abroad
multi-lingual (korean, japanese, hebrew, english)
non-urm

I checked several law school predictors, so I have some clue about my chances, but I'm interested in your opinions.

Fordham WL - In
BC Out
Cardozo In
BU (big reach but yeh!) Out
Cornell (another big reach!) Don't waste your money
UConn In
Notre Dame WL - Out
Hastings WL - In
Davis WL - Out


My advice is to retake.


+1 to the retake. But I thought Fordham was harsh on GPAs. No?

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Re: 3.24/ 165

Postby downing » Sun Nov 14, 2010 7:01 am

I'm thinking of applying to Fordham's part-time program. The two at the top of my list are BC and Fordham. If I'm rejected from both I'll probably wait a year, study again, and retake the LSAT. I'm definitely not going to bother with December, as a month isn't enough time for me to significantly improve my score.




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