3.0 GPA + 157 / 160 LSAT UND

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Circle Guy
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3.0 GPA + 157 / 160 LSAT UND

Postby Circle Guy » Mon Feb 13, 2012 1:44 am

So here's how it looks:

1st/2nd year GPA = not good, due to lack of motivation. Mostly B's, C's, and a couple D's. Third year I stepped it up to a combination of A+s (I'm from Canada), A's, and B+'s, giving me about a 3.85 gpa for my third year alone. Right now, however, it's just at a 3.0 overall. For my fourth year, I can raise it to about a 3.25. However, when I send in my application they will only be seeing my GPA of 3.0. The person I spoke to at UND said they do look at patterns in grades, which I suppose is good for me?

I've written the LSAT twice (October, and just recently this February one) and received a 157 on the October one, and am aiming for a 160 on the feb one, and if not that then the June one.

Average GPA for UND is 3.32 for 2010 accepted applicants, and the MEDIAN lsat score was 151.

So, what are my chances of:

a) a 3.0 GPA and a 157
b) a 3.25 GPA and a 160

Thanks in advance!

Also, I apologize for any incoherent grammar - was out drinking with friends to celebrate the evil dark hole that was the February 2012 LSAT

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Smumps
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Re: 3.0 GPA + 157 / 160 LSAT UND

Postby Smumps » Mon Feb 13, 2012 3:43 am

Oh boy.

a) a 3.0 GPA and a 157 - A bit below 25% for GPA, above 75% for LSAT - you will get in.
b) a 3.25 GPA and a 160 - Above 25% for GPA, way above 75% for LSAT - in with $$.

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northerniowan
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Re: 3.0 GPA + 157 / 160 LSAT UND

Postby northerniowan » Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:01 am

You're in with what you have now, but I actually don't think that UND gives scholarships. If you look at LSN, some people with really high numbers were not given money. Its a small state that doesn't have a lot of funding for education.




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