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franklyscarlet
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3.5/ 168

Postby franklyscarlet » Mon Jun 27, 2011 11:36 pm

Ok Folks. Just like all the other new topics, I just got my June LSAT back. The 168 was somewhat of a suprise-- my highest practice test was a 167. Since I work full-time and coach a sport, and since I'm already higher than my PT, I'm not confident that retesting in October would do me any good. So my question is, chances in the T-25? I'm pretty much out at T-14, right? Softs are good but not anything too unique-- community service frat president in College, 2 years WE. Hispanic but not Mexican/Puerto Rican so not URM. Immigrant but naturalized citizen. I don't want to out myself too much, but my UG was in the top 15. I'd love to practice on the east coast after Law School, but have no designs on NYC.

Any suggestions of schools outside the T25 I should be looking into?

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Re: 3.5/ 168

Postby Tiago Splitter » Tue Jun 28, 2011 2:14 am

Job prospects at BC and Fordham seem to be better than some schools inside the Top 25. Otherwise, if you are looking to go to school outside the T-25 make sure you are comfortable working in the area after graduation.

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Re: 3.5/ 168

Postby ndirish2010 » Tue Jun 28, 2011 9:38 am

You should get into WUSTL and UIUC w/$$ if you can stand the midwest. BC/BU good chances but not locks (they like higher GPAs). You could/probably will get Fordham with a tiny bit of money or none at all...GW probably in with no $. In at W&M and W&L with $$




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