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If it's your dream school and you know you won't regret not applying to other schools, ED. You probably don't really need to try to go higher if you want to go into IP. Congrats and good luck!
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kappycaft1 wrote:Wow.... we ended up becoming practically numbers twins. Just for reference, here are people on LSN with a 166 / 3.9+ this cycle:
It might be wise to ED to Penn if you're okay with going there and not worrying about "what if?" at other schools. (I think that the highest up you could go is Chicago, but even that is iffy at this stage in the game.)
Your right buddy. I didn't really expect to get 166 at all, although 167 was my PT average. I'm happy to be numbers twins and hope to find myself at Penn in the fall!!!! Ah!!!!
Do you think its too late to maximize my chances at Penn? I will apply ED (submit EVERYTHING) tomorrow morning, and the pres. of my university assured me that he would talk to the dean of Penn Law to ensure my application ended up on his desk right away. Now, although I will be sending out all my apps tomorrow, I just dont want to get rejections or waitlists solely because of the time into the cycle.
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