I have a list of about 20 Schools that have both a part time program and full time program that I'm interested in.
Here are my numbers:
Soft Factors: .. OVERALL I'd rate them strong. Strong Work Experience and 2 great internships, Leadership (President of P.A.D. Pre-Law), political leadership, community service, and LORs
According to sites like http://www.lawschoolpredictor.com and others, if I apply to a full time program with my credentials I'll be a "CONSIDER" with a few "STRONG CONSIDER" for my target schools.
When I query Part Time, the majority of my target schools are "ADMIT" or "STRONG CONSIDER"
QUESTION 1) Is there truly that big of a disparity between full and part time?
QUESTION 2) Will my soft factors significantly increase my chances on the "CONSIDERS" ?
QUESTION 3) I'm specifically looking at:
PART TIME/ FULL TIME
Loyola Chicago: ADMIT/ CONSIDER
Fordham: STRONG CONSIDER/ DENY
UNLV (Boyd): STRONG CONSIDER/ CONSIDER
DePaul: ADMIT/ STRONG CONSIDER
Seattle U: ADMIT/ CONSIDER
Marquette ADMIT/ STRONG CONSIDER
ANY SPECIFIC Thoughts on the accuracy of these predictions??? These are the top schools I'm looking at as of now.
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