Law school predictor results?

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ArtVandalay
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Law school predictor results?

Postby ArtVandalay » Mon Jun 06, 2011 11:00 am

I've heard that this is not too reliable for splitters, so what is the best way to utilize this site? I have a 3.18 approx and a 171 LSAT, how should I view these results being a splitter to help with my chances at certain schools?

JD2014
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Re: Law school predictor results?

Postby JD2014 » Mon Jun 06, 2011 11:45 am

Run a search on this site for the terms splitter friendly. You'll find threads discussing the issue in general, and with regard to almost every school in particular.

I think the short answer is Northwestern with work experience, and UVA with early decision are the best bets in the T-14, and WUSTL, IU-B coming to mind in the T-25.

Also, go to lawschoolnumbers.com and look at the graphs for your target schools.

Of course, the best advice is that if you're a splitter, apply to lots of schools. The increased app fees are the price you pay for the low GPA.

ArtVandalay
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Re: Law school predictor results?

Postby ArtVandalay » Mon Jun 06, 2011 11:58 am

JD2014 wrote:Run a search on this site for the terms splitter friendly. You'll find threads discussing the issue in general, and with regard to almost every school in particular.

I think the short answer is Northwestern with work experience, and UVA with early decision are the best bets in the T-14, and WUSTL, IU-B coming to mind in the T-25.

Also, go to lawschoolnumbers.com and look at the graphs for your target schools.

Of course, the best advice is that if you're a splitter, apply to lots of schools. The increased app fees are the price you pay for the low GPA.


Thanks for the help




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