3.76 / 170, T10?

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erikjc
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3.76 / 170, T10?

Postby erikjc » Mon Jun 27, 2011 10:24 pm

White male, Duke undergrad. Average softs, expecting good recommendations and hopefully a memorable PS (I am gay - diversity angle?)

Chances at HYS? I was thinking of Stanford especially but I know they emphasize GPA, where I am weaker. Also Berkeley, NYU, Columbia, Michigan. Pretty much wondering about T10. Thanks!

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Re: 3.76 / 170, T10?

Postby albanach » Mon Jun 27, 2011 10:29 pm

erikjc wrote:White male, Duke undergrad. Average softs, expecting good recommendations and hopefully a memorable PS (I am gay - diversity angle?)

Chances at HYS? I was thinking of Stanford especially but I know they emphasize GPA, where I am weaker. Also Berkeley, NYU, Columbia, Michigan. Pretty much wondering about T10. Thanks!


lawschoolpredictor.com should be pretty accurate for you as a white male. It suggests you're in with a should at the lower T14. The diversity angle might help if you're tied with someone with equal numbers, but I think it's unlikely to change your cycle.

Consider retaking if you want a higher ranked school.

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Re: 3.76 / 170, T10?

Postby glewz » Mon Jun 27, 2011 10:34 pm

erikjc wrote:White male, Duke undergrad. Average softs, expecting good recommendations and hopefully a memorable PS (I am gay - diversity angle?)

Chances at HYS? I was thinking of Stanford especially but I know they emphasize GPA, where I am weaker. Also Berkeley, NYU, Columbia, Michigan. Pretty much wondering about T10. Thanks!

ED at one of CCN if you're willing to pay sticker. You're probably going to get into T14 but without $ (or minimal $). S is a long shot, but you have a much better shot there, numbers-wise, than Y or H.




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