3.95/164: Chances for Fee Waiver Schools

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Fouxdufafa
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3.95/164: Chances for Fee Waiver Schools

Postby Fouxdufafa » Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:52 pm

Hello all,

I took the LSAT in October and was planning to retake in February and apply next cycle after receiving a disappointing LSAT score. However, since then the fee waivers have been rolling in. I'm thinking, if I can apply for free, why not go ahead and apply this cycle and see what happens.

I have two questions:

Do I have a chance at any of these schools?
Does it hurt to apply twice? (if I do decide to retake/apply next cycle anyways.)

My stats/list of schools follow below. Any and all input is appreciated! :D

LSAT: 164
LSAC GPA: 3.95
Major: History
Undergrad: UC Berkeley
Extracurriculars: Student club leadership, legal experience from working at a law firm throughout college and full time since graduation.

Schools w/ Waivers:

Berkeley
UCLA
USC
U Penn
UCLA
UVA
BU
Northwestern

florida1949
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Re: 3.95/164: Chances for Fee Waiver Schools

Postby florida1949 » Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:55 pm

Yes, you have a chance.

and since your application does not seem to be particularly unique (i.e. in regards to softs, URM), you should look to http://mylsn.info/ to see exactly what your chances are.

EDIT: I think the consensus is that re-applying next cycle would NOT hurt your chances




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