Adjudicator wrote:Veyron wrote:wesmsmith wrote:I can assure you that my expectation level is tempered. I would be grateful to attend a t14 school but understand my lack of motivation as a young college student may impead that. If there is one thing I have learned from my military service, it's to be accountable.
Dude, go back and read my post, I take extreme delight in shitting on people's future dreams. In your case, however, you are going to help the median for LSAT at both UVA and NU and hurt their GPA median. 172 is a very strong score, hopefully the Rangers taught you not just to be accountable but to adapt to local conditions. As difficult as it is to believe, your LSAT score negates your GPA. Northwestern highly values WE, yours is excellent. UVA is trying to move its LSAT medians up, yours will help.
Texas is a better choice for Texas than DCNG.
And yet they almost instantly rejected me with my 175... They must have something personal against me.
Or your softs aren't as cool. Its not as if the high LSAT is the end all to be all - it makes you a median candidate and lots of those are rejected. However, a median candidate with really good softs stands a very solid chance, see e.g., my cycle.