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Eve0000
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3.5/161

Postby Eve0000 » Tue Aug 23, 2011 11:41 pm

UGPA = 3.5
LSAT - Feb 2011 = 154, June 2011 = 161, October 2011 = hopefully 168

I have a master's degree and have been working for a big 4 accounting firm for 2 years now. Great LORs.

Does anyone have any idea what my chances are of getting into Cornell applying Early Action, if I do score a 168 on the October LSAT? Their last year's 25th-75th % were GPA = 3.55 - 3.8 and LSAT = 166 - 169.

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Re: 3.5/161

Postby FeelTheHeat » Tue Aug 23, 2011 11:43 pm

Eve0000 wrote:UGPA = 3.5
LSAT - Feb 2011 = 154, June 2011 = 161, October 2011 = hopefully 168

I have a master's degree and have been working for a big 4 accounting firm for 2 years now. Great LORs.

Does anyone have any idea what my chances are of getting into Cornell if I do score a 168 on the October LSAT? Their last year's 25th-75th % were GPA = 3.55 - 3.8 and LSAT = 166 - 169.


Aim a bit higher, which is definitely feasible. That was a pretty good jump from the first to second, but absolutely set your sights at 170. That will give you a LOT more leeway + open opportunities that could lead to not just admission, but $$$ from Cornell

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Re: 3.5/161

Postby Eve0000 » Wed Aug 24, 2011 10:58 am

Thank you for the advice!!

I am trying for the 170 but dont want to get my hopes up too much. The first time I took the test, I was just really nervous and could not focus, which is usually not the way I am during tests. Not sure if I should write an addendum now explaining that first low score.




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