168 was my PT avg after >400hrs of prep so im leery on retaking.
GPA is from a T20 undergrad, Phi Beta Kappa. 1.5 years Tier 2 consulting work experience. Very strong letters of rec. One from MVP Law Prof in a grad level class that I booked 1st of 200 students, if that matters. Strong leadership and community service experience too.
I know it's a long shot given my low LSAT. Law school predictor says 52% but this seems way too optomistic, given what I've read on here. Not too many data points with my numbers on Law School Numbers, sadly.
Any tips or opinions as to my chances would be much appreciated.
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Splitters and Reverse Splitters don't really apply to LSP. You boost the median GPA and lower the LSAT, so they get one benefit rankings-wise while suffering in another area. The biggest problem is that UChi is supposedly more high LSAT low GPA friendly than the opposite. It's really more about what they're looking for. I know 168s have gotten in to UChi but it will be tough.
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