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3.08/163

Postby RebelRebel » Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:08 pm

Retaking is not an option since this was my 3rd try in 2 years.
I have significantly increased my score every single time, I originally got a 143 which I took cold and did not cancel unfortunately... I took 13 timed 4 section exams over 20 days this time.

The LSAT can DEFINITIVELY be learned and anyone that thinks otherwise is choosing the lazy way out... Short of committing Seppuku since like all TLSers I wanted a 170, given the state of the economy and the cost of a legal education (I do not come from a wealthy background and can not secure US loans since I'm not a citizen) , are there any schools analogous to these ones where I might be able to get a little money?

-Connecticut
-Loyola LA
-San Diego
-Northeastern
-Seattle
-Oregon
-Syracuse
-Santa Clara


Do those who attend part-time programs receive any $$ if I am an admit according to LSP? Am I overly naive? Will I ever attend LS? Find out the answers to these and other questions on the next episode
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Re: 3.08/163

Postby twert » Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:10 pm

chapman may give you a lot. maybe even full.

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Re: 3.08/163

Postby RebelRebel » Fri Jan 07, 2011 12:47 pm

It would be offset by living in Orange County where I'd stand out like a sore thumb. Thanks for the reply though :)

How's your cycle going?

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Re: 3.08/163

Postby twert » Fri Jan 07, 2011 1:56 pm

i just said chapman because you applied to usd and loyola, which really aren't much different that living in orange county, and they'd give you more money at chapman.

my cycle ended last year, i'm at chapman :D

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Re: 3.08/163

Postby charcop » Fri Jan 07, 2011 5:19 pm

Your numbers are almost exactly similar to mine so here were some of my scholly offers when I applied:

Tulane- 60k
Santa Clara-24k
Hofstra-90k
Pittsburgh-42k
Penn state-30k
Oregon-30k
Villanova-45k
Utah-54k
Cincinnati-30k
University of the Pacific-54k
USD- $0

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Re: 3.08/163

Postby b.j. » Sat Jan 08, 2011 1:26 am

charcop wrote:Your numbers are almost exactly similar to mine so here were some of my scholly offers when I applied:

Tulane- 60k
Santa Clara-24k
Hofstra-90k
Pittsburgh-42k
Penn state-30k
Oregon-30k
Villanova-45k
Utah-54k
Cincinnati-30k
University of the Pacific-54k
USD- $0


Wow, good for you. I'm applying to Pittsburgh soon. I was put on the wait list last year, and then put in a second wait list, but rejected before the school year started. I think I was negatively impacted by my late application, which wasn't put into review until the February LSAT. I unfortunately got the same LSAT score, 159, that I got last December, but perhaps I can get over the hump this time if I get my application out this coming week. I'd love to get money, but considering my overall LSAC GPA sucks because I was a math major for a while and was terrible at it. But at this point, I just want to go to the highest ranked school, in a market I'd be comfortable living in. I can figure out the money as I go along if need be.

Where else did you apply, if anywhere?

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Re: 3.08/163

Postby RebelRebel » Mon Jan 31, 2011 1:14 pm

Thanks

It is a bit encouraging :)




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