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Postby 0heL » Fri Aug 24, 2012 7:15 am

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Re: What does it take for a splitter (3.24) to make the T14?

Postby shifty_eyed » Fri Aug 24, 2012 11:56 am

0heL wrote:Considering retake (prev. score - 167) now that I finally did the LSAC GPA calculator. So what's it take to crack T14? I don't mind EDing (UV I guess...) along with Cornell Early Action. I've been told 171+, 173 to be safe.

You can probably get lower t14 (NU with WE, UVA ED, maybe Georgetown) with a 170. 173+ opens up a lot more doors, but really once you make it over the median LSAT, no harm in applying except at the really splitter unfriendly schools (BERKELEY)

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Re: What does it take for a splitter (3.24) to make the T14?

Postby UnamSanctam » Fri Aug 24, 2012 3:46 pm

Your best bet if you're a 169/170 is Michigan ED but it's still a major longshot. If you can get 171 you'll start being able to roll the dice RD at other T14 schools. If you can manage a 172+ a T14 will probably bite. UVA ED isn't going to bite unless you have something weird going on (like VA residency) and several points more on the LSAT. If you do not retake, you will not break the T14.




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