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I have a 3.6, should be 3.7 before graduation and have not yet taken the LSAT. In my LSAT practices I have been scoring between a 163-166. I'm interested in all the UC schools, San Diego and maybe Santa Clara in California. Other than those any other schools I have a good shot at getting into if my official LSAT score falls within my practice range? I want to keep it within the top 50.
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kalvano wrote:If you want to play with random numbers, try looking at Law School Predictor and Law School Numbers.
It's impossible to say without a real LSAT because there is a huge difference between a 163 and a 166.
Although I think law school predictor is several years out of date. Go to law school numbers.
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