3.7/177 - Chances for $ at T14?

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Re: 3.7/177 - Chances for $ at T14?

Postby Tiago Splitter » Mon Apr 09, 2012 11:38 am

soj wrote:Yeah, I followed the NU thread and remember being pleasantly surprised by quite a few (2-3 by my count) TLSers getting the ED $$$ without numbers above both medians, but I don't think they were the norm by any means.


I saw them too. :( #hindsightis20/20

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Re: 3.7/177 - Chances for $ at T14?

Postby rcthebigred1 » Mon Apr 16, 2012 5:43 pm

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Re: 3.7/177 - Chances for $ at T14?

Postby rcthebigred1 » Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:24 pm

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Re: 3.7/177 - Chances for $ at T14?

Postby soj » Mon Apr 23, 2012 10:31 pm

rcthebigred1 wrote:This is going to sound neurotic, but would a 3.65-3.67 instead of a 3.7 affect this all that much? Motivation has really been lacking in my last semester.

You'll probably still get NYU, CLS, and some lower T14s, but try your best to keep it above 3.7. If you need motivation, check out CLS's and NYU's GPA medians.

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Re: 3.7/177 - Chances for $ at T14?

Postby ahnhub » Mon Apr 23, 2012 10:48 pm

rcthebigred1 wrote:This is going to sound neurotic, but would a 3.65-3.67 instead of a 3.7 affect this all that much? Motivation has really been lacking in my last semester.


If you're talking about money, yes it would affect it. It could possibly affect it a lot. Just think you're probably being paid 25K-40K to keep your grades up. ( A mid 3.7-ish GPA would hit a lot of schools' medians, and suddenly you become a GPA-neutral, LSAT-super plus candidate, which often = $$).




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