URM- F, PT 140lsat 3.10 GPA

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Yo2095
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URM- F, PT 140lsat 3.10 GPA

Postby Yo2095 » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:49 am

Hello I want to know what your guys think of my chances to be accepted in the PT program at

University of Baltimore School of Law
Catholic U Law
UDC-Law

Strong softs.

Bilingual
Law enforcement
Paralegal
Court employee

140 LSAT
3.10 GPA

mettasutta
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Re: URM- F, PT 140lsat 3.10 GPA

Postby mettasutta » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:52 am

I know this will be harsh, but you won't be accepted to any law school worth attending with those numbers. I recommend you retake the LSAT in October and apply next cycle. It's a very learnable test.

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Hank Chill
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Re: URM- F, PT 140lsat 3.10 GPA

Postby Hank Chill » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:57 am

Law school predictor says that you would be denied admission to Baltimore and Catholic. I couldn't find UDC on the list but you can check it out for yourself if you'd like.

http://www.lawschoolpredictor.com/wp-co ... ograms.htm

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Re: URM- F, PT 140lsat 3.10 GPA

Postby gaud » Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:37 pm

Unfortunately they are right. You can spend some money on books....or follow Pithypikes method (maybe spelled wrong) at the top of the LSAT Prep area of the site.

I can promise you that with dedication and focus you will earn way more than your investment back either by having opportunities at a higher ranked school or by getting lots of scholly $$ at the ones you are currently interested in..

Best of luck to you either way!!

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Re: URM- F, PT 140lsat 3.10 GPA

Postby BruceWayne » Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:40 pm

gaud wrote:Unfortunately they are right. You can spend some money on books....or follow Pithypikes method (maybe spelled wrong) at the top of the LSAT Prep area of the site.

I can promise you that with dedication and focus you will earn way more than your investment back either by having opportunities at a higher ranked school or by getting lots of scholly $$ at the ones you are currently interested in..

Best of luck to you either way!!


Hey Plaud, any tips on joining the club? I plateaued a few months back and now I've actually lost about 25lbs on my max.

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Re: URM- F, PT 140lsat 3.10 GPA

Postby gaud » Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:45 pm

BruceWayne wrote:
gaud wrote:Unfortunately they are right. You can spend some money on books....or follow Pithypikes method (maybe spelled wrong) at the top of the LSAT Prep area of the site.

I can promise you that with dedication and focus you will earn way more than your investment back either by having opportunities at a higher ranked school or by getting lots of scholly $$ at the ones you are currently interested in..

Best of luck to you either way!!


Hey Plaud, any tips on joining the club? I plateaued a few months back and now I've actually lost about 25lbs on my max.



What are you maxing right now? I think the very best thing that helped me break the 400 was i started devoting entire days to shoulders (specifically Arnold's shoulder workouts) but

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Re: URM- F, PT 140lsat 3.10 GPA

Postby Yo2095 » Thu Mar 17, 2011 3:56 pm

Thank you for your opinions.




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