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Scipionyx
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Postby Scipionyx » Thu Jun 30, 2011 1:24 am

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Law Sauce
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Re: 3.5/171 ED Penn

Postby Law Sauce » Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:25 am

Scipionyx wrote:No big ECs, 4 years FT WE, strong ties to area. Strong upward gpa trend, graduated summa from degree-granting college. Prestige seems to matter to them slightly more than other places; unfortunately, my undergrad was far from an Ivy and my work experience isn't as an investment banker, Broadway actor or international NGO worker. Not URM or LGBT. Chances look okay judging by lawschoolnumbers.com but I realize the sample is skewed with a lot of Ivy/T10 students, and there are a couple rejections on there for ED apps with numbers around mine. Would a retake help much? Or anything else? I hope that any Penn students reading can shed some light.


Not a Penn Student. You have a very good shot. With ED like you said and great essays, I cant really see you not getting in. Thus I would say if Penn is your goal a retake is unnecessary (your gpa is the problem not the lsat). You of course may want to try again for other schools such as CCN or just to see if you can do better.
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Re: 3.5/171 ED Penn

Postby Dany » Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:28 am

Law Sauce wrote:Not a Penn Student. You have a very good shot. With ED like you said and great essays, I cant really see you not getting in (maybe I dont know). Thus I would say if Penn is your goal a retake is unnecessary (your gpa is the problem not the lsat). You of course may want to try again for other schools such as CCN or just to see if you can do better.

Haha nice edit. I was about to say the 50-75% was too pessimistic. OP, I think you're in ED.

http://penn.lawschoolnumbers.com/applic ... =3&type=jd

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Re: 3.5/171 ED Penn

Postby Law Sauce » Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:30 am

Dany wrote:
Law Sauce wrote:Not a Penn Student. You have a very good shot. With ED like you said and great essays, I cant really see you not getting in (maybe I dont know). Thus I would say if Penn is your goal a retake is unnecessary (your gpa is the problem not the lsat). You of course may want to try again for other schools such as CCN or just to see if you can do better.

Haha nice edit. I was about to say the 50-75% was too pessimistic. OP, I think you're in ED.

http://penn.lawschoolnumbers.com/applic ... =3&type=jd

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