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Re: 170/3.27 - ED at GULC?

Postby josh43299 » Sat Oct 29, 2011 6:49 pm

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Re: 170/3.27 - ED at GULC?

Postby tennisking88 » Sat Oct 29, 2011 6:55 pm

josh43299 wrote:Decent softs and 2 years of post undergraduate work experience (full time paid legal internship in a corporate counsel office). A compelling GPA addendum that discusses medical problems that weighed down my GPA during part of college with a 3.85 during the last two years. Do I stand a good chance at GULC if I ED? Thanks!


I really don't think ED improves admittance chances unless you are at both medians. Do ED if GULC is your #1 choice, but just know that Admissions Committees offer early decision mostly to take ppl who are at or above their medians to make sure they don't go elsewhere.

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Re: 170/3.27 - ED at GULC?

Postby Tiago Splitter » Sat Oct 29, 2011 7:02 pm

tennisking88 wrote:
josh43299 wrote:Decent softs and 2 years of post undergraduate work experience (full time paid legal internship in a corporate counsel office). A compelling GPA addendum that discusses medical problems that weighed down my GPA during part of college with a 3.85 during the last two years. Do I stand a good chance at GULC if I ED? Thanks!


I really don't think ED improves admittance chances unless you are at both medians. Do ED if GULC is your #1 choice, but just know that Admissions Committees offer early decision mostly to take ppl who are at or above their medians to make sure they don't go elsewhere.


What? Why would applicants at or above both medians apply Early Decision and forgo significant scholarship leverage?

OP, you have a decent shot, although far from a guarantee, based on past cycles. Here are the results of Georgetown ED applicants:

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




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