165/3.47

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godawgs10
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165/3.47

Postby godawgs10 » Thu Nov 18, 2010 12:25 am

162(June)/165(Oct), 3.47LSDASGPA

mainly at:
UGA
Emory
Ga.State

but also:
Alabama
Wake Forest
UNC
Tulane
W&L
W&M

Applications to all these schools are submitted (some being under review)
How much does movement in the rankings affect law school's selectivity from cycle to cycle?

alexmcd
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Re: 165/3.47

Postby alexmcd » Thu Nov 18, 2010 4:40 pm

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Grizz
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Re: 165/3.47

Postby Grizz » Thu Nov 18, 2010 4:48 pm

godawgs10 wrote:162(June)/165(Oct), 3.47LSDASGPA

mainly at:
UGA - in
Emory - WL/out
Ga.State - in

but also:
Alabama - in
Wake Forest - in
UNC - maybe in, but hard to predict if you're not in-state
Tulane - in
W&M - WL
W&L - WL

Applications to all these schools are submitted (some being under review)
How much does movement in the rankings affect law school's selectivity from cycle to cycle?


It's movement in the medians that you should be more concerned about as far as getting in. Also, don't worry about rankings too much at this level. They just don't matter that much, except in-region.

165 is sort of a dead zone; it's not that much better than a 164. 166 opens up many more places.

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Re: 165/3.47

Postby alexmcd » Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:18 pm

I think you're right about the 'dead zone' at 165.




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