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totoro wrote:I took the LSAT in October and got a 164, in December with a 170. However, I originally thought I bombed December's test when I took it, so my problem is that I haven't even asked for recommendation letters from my professors yet. (In fact I had started prepping for the GRE as a backup). So it looks like I may not be able to get my applications in until Jan 31 or Feb 1.
I'm already 23, so I prefer to apply this cycle, but I also really would like to get into one of the T10-T14. Do you guys have a sense for what my chances would be with that late of an application? Too late?
Please do not just refer me to LSN, I would really like your opinions on this. (I know that this cycle is a bit different than previous ones since applications are down). I just want to get a feeling from others who are applying what you think this cycle will be like with my numbers and application timeline. Thanks.
Essentially same numbers as you, and I'm currently in at Duke, Georgetown, Michigan ($$), UVA ($$), and Penn. I was deferred from NYU ED. I don't know what difference applying late will have this cycle, but your numbers should easily get you into at least one T10 and definitely a T14.
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