155/ 3.9

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aglasnovich
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155/ 3.9

Postby aglasnovich » Wed Jan 02, 2013 8:37 pm

Looking at some top 30 law schools:

Washington & Lee
William and Mary
Emory
U Washington

155 is way under my practice tests (158-160)

Also have 4 years of significant work experience out of undergrad at a public company.

Also, is a February LSAT too late to take?

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nickb285
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Re: 155/ 3.9

Postby nickb285 » Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:05 pm

Do not waste a 3.9. If you feel like February is too late to apply, wait a year. With the right LSAT you'll get T14 schools and scholarship money. You could save tens/hundreds of thousands of dollars on school and/or go somewhere with better job opportunities. Do not settle for a 155.

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Re: 155/ 3.9

Postby Ti Malice » Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:28 pm

nickb285 wrote:Do not waste a 3.9. If you feel like February is too late to apply, wait a year. With the right LSAT you'll get T14 schools and scholarship money. You could save tens/hundreds of thousands of dollars on school and/or go somewhere with better job opportunities. Do not settle for a 155.

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Re: 155/ 3.9

Postby Nova » Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:49 pm

You should gear up for June and apply early.
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Re: 155/ 3.9

Postby suralin » Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:49 pm

Ti Malice wrote:
nickb285 wrote:Do not waste a 3.9. If you feel like February is too late to apply, wait a year. With the right LSAT you'll get T14 schools and scholarship money. You could save tens/hundreds of thousands of dollars on school and/or go somewhere with better job opportunities. Do not settle for a 155.


This. Because an LSAT several points higher is equivalent to hundreds of thousands of dollars more in lifetime earnings, study as if you're getting paid big bucks an hour--because you are.




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