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lulu43 wrote:Any schools you recommend to apply to this cycle? I was really hoping to not have to take a year off.
I hate to say this, but your numbers probably won't get you into a school worth attending in this economy. Your best bet is to retake and apply early next cycle. The time you invest (1 year) will have a huge payoff if you score near your PTs - both in short-term cost of legal education and long-term earning potential.
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lulu43 wrote:I took the october test nerves got to me, then I took december and all went well minus getting killed on games ( I usually only miss 0-2, I missed 12). I have applied this cycle already but my pts were averaging around 167 with a high of 174 ( only time I ever broke 170). I am trying to figure out which schools I should focus on this cycle and If i should retake in February or wait until October. I wont be in town for June. Thanks.
U.S. State Dept. Internship in Spain
International Marketing internship also in Spain
Fluent in Spanish, proficient in Portugese non URM though
3 study abroads
3 scholarships awarded on merit
Worked 15-20 hours a week throughout undergrad
Finance, Spanish Clubs
I applied one year (three years ago) with a 3.16 and a 156. I'm fluent in four languages. I've studied in London and Rome. I had academic scholarships. I worked 25 hours a week during undergrad. I applied to:
University of Arkansas
Lewis & Clark
I was accepted at University of Arkansas. With no money. Rejected everywhere else.