Boston Area Schools - 162 LSAT / 3.6 GPA

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Boston Area Schools - 162 LSAT / 3.6 GPA

Postby dill26 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 8:36 pm

Did terrible freshman year of college. My GPA over final 3 years of college was 3.85

Just got the results for Oct LSAT - 162 - it was my first time taking it and am retaking in Dec.

What are my chances as is at Boston schools?

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BU
Northeastern

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Re: Boston Area Schools - 162 LSAT / 3.6 GPA

Postby BCLS » Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:08 pm

Out at bc and bu

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Re: Boston Area Schools - 162 LSAT / 3.6 GPA

Postby Grizz » Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:19 pm

BCLS wrote:Out at bc and bu

This. Retake. Don't go to Northeastern EVER.

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Re: Boston Area Schools - 162 LSAT / 3.6 GPA

Postby dill26 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:23 pm

What's so bad about Northeastern?

And what would be the minimum LSAT score I need for BC / BU?

I've been out of school for two and a half years with great work experience...

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Re: Boston Area Schools - 162 LSAT / 3.6 GPA

Postby Grizz » Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:27 pm

dill26 wrote:What's so bad about Northeastern?

And what would be the minimum LSAT score I need for BC / BU?

I've been out of school for two and a half years with great work experience...

Other than the solid chance of ending up unemployed/underemployed/hilariously indebted, nothing really.

You're gonna want a 166 or 167 to have a shot.

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Re: Boston Area Schools - 162 LSAT / 3.6 GPA

Postby tennisking88 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:35 pm

Grizz wrote:
dill26 wrote:What's so bad about Northeastern?

And what would be the minimum LSAT score I need for BC / BU?

I've been out of school for two and a half years with great work experience...

Other than the solid chance of ending up unemployed/underemployed/hilariously indebted, nothing really.

You're gonna want a 166 or 167 to have a shot.


I don't necessarily agree with this - I think you have a shot, just not a very good one. If you really show a commitment to Boston, I know of someone with lower numbers that got a late acceptance. Emphasize your last 3 years in your PS/Resume. Of course, your chances would highly improve if you retook the LSAT.

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Re: Boston Area Schools - 162 LSAT / 3.6 GPA

Postby Grizz » Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:55 pm

tennisking88 wrote:I don't necessarily agree with this - I think you have a shot, just not a very good one.

So... what?

If you do get in with those numbers, enjoy hilarious debt. Retake ASAP.




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