3.7/160 non-URM

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pinkcamellia
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3.7/160 non-URM

Postby pinkcamellia » Sat Jan 08, 2011 1:41 am

I posted something similar a day or two ago asking about Florida, and I was wondering if y'all might chance me at some other schools, or recommend some for me. I would like to stay in the South, preferably Florida.

Florida
FSU
Georgia State
Wake Forest
W&L

This December was my first try at the LSAT. I followed the advice on here on how to score a 160+, and though I did, I can't help feeling I could maybe get a 163 or 164, which would give me better chances. I don't mind waiting a year, but I'd love to go in the fall.

If it helps with predicting, I have strong softs (published, national award-winner in my field, will represent the state of Alabama in this year's ACLA conference).

Thank you!

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Re: 3.7/160 non-URM

Postby pinkcamellia » Sat Jan 08, 2011 4:22 pm

bump

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Re: 3.7/160 non-URM

Postby akili » Sat Jan 08, 2011 4:24 pm

I got in at Wake with a 160/3.7!

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Re: 3.7/160 non-URM

Postby ATR » Sat Jan 08, 2011 4:27 pm

pinkcamellia wrote:This December was my first try at the LSAT. I followed the advice on here on how to score a 160+, and though I did, I can't help feeling I could maybe get a 163 or 164, which would give me better chances. I don't mind waiting a year, but I'd love to go in the fall.

Considering this, I would retake.

Not only will you improve your score (and chances for $$), but you will be able to submit applications at the beginning of the next cycle, which can improve your chances.

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Re: 3.7/160 non-URM

Postby Cpwilson » Sat Jan 08, 2011 4:41 pm

atresia wrote:
pinkcamellia wrote:This December was my first try at the LSAT. I followed the advice on here on how to score a 160+, and though I did, I can't help feeling I could maybe get a 163 or 164, which would give me better chances. I don't mind waiting a year, but I'd love to go in the fall.

Considering this, I would retake.

Not only will you improve your score (and chances for $$), but you will be able to submit applications at the beginning of the next cycle, which can improve your chances.


Second this.




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