Difference b/w lsdas 2.3 and 2.8

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hukchobo
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Difference b/w lsdas 2.3 and 2.8

Postby hukchobo » Sat Feb 02, 2013 8:46 am

Do law schools treat gpas within the 2.3~2.8 range all differently or is there no difference??
Reason im asking is cuz my gpa is a 2.3 and most of the gpas with similar lsat numbers are 2.5~2.7 so its kinda hard to compare...
Are sub 2.9 gpas all treated the same?

toothbrush
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Re: Difference b/w lsdas 2.3 and 2.8

Postby toothbrush » Sat Feb 02, 2013 9:38 am

hukchobo wrote:Do law schools treat gpas within the 2.3~2.8 range all differently or is there no difference??
Reason im asking is cuz my gpa is a 2.3 and most of the gpas with similar lsat numbers are 2.5~2.7 so its kinda hard to compare...
Are sub 2.9 gpas all treated the same?

I would say that this depends on the school range. Some schools "floor" out below a 3.0 and then, IMO, most sub 3.0 is treated the same. Do some playing in mylsn.info to get a better idea. Be generous with your ranges because there isn't too much info with that gpa range.

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Re: Difference b/w lsdas 2.3 and 2.8

Postby hukchobo » Sat Feb 02, 2013 12:49 pm

toothbrush wrote:
hukchobo wrote:Do law schools treat gpas within the 2.3~2.8 range all differently or is there no difference??
Reason im asking is cuz my gpa is a 2.3 and most of the gpas with similar lsat numbers are 2.5~2.7 so its kinda hard to compare...
Are sub 2.9 gpas all treated the same?

I would say that this depends on the school range. Some schools "floor" out below a 3.0 and then, IMO, most sub 3.0 is treated the same. Do some playing in mylsn.info to get a better idea. Be generous with your ranges because there isn't too much info with that gpa range.



Thx for the reply ill just have to wait and see then

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Re: Difference b/w lsdas 2.3 and 2.8

Postby toothbrush » Sat Feb 02, 2013 2:50 pm

hukchobo wrote:
toothbrush wrote:
hukchobo wrote:Do law schools treat gpas within the 2.3~2.8 range all differently or is there no difference??
Reason im asking is cuz my gpa is a 2.3 and most of the gpas with similar lsat numbers are 2.5~2.7 so its kinda hard to compare...
Are sub 2.9 gpas all treated the same?

I would say that this depends on the school range. Some schools "floor" out below a 3.0 and then, IMO, most sub 3.0 is treated the same. Do some playing in mylsn.info to get a better idea. Be generous with your ranges because there isn't too much info with that gpa range.



Thx for the reply ill just have to wait and see then

http://www.mylsn.info

Not sure if you caught my drift. It's a predictor generator that uses the results of people from TLS

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Re: Difference b/w lsdas 2.3 and 2.8

Postby PRgradBYU » Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:00 am

toothbrush wrote:
hukchobo wrote:
toothbrush wrote:
hukchobo wrote:Do law schools treat gpas within the 2.3~2.8 range all differently or is there no difference??
Reason im asking is cuz my gpa is a 2.3 and most of the gpas with similar lsat numbers are 2.5~2.7 so its kinda hard to compare...
Are sub 2.9 gpas all treated the same?

I would say that this depends on the school range. Some schools "floor" out below a 3.0 and then, IMO, most sub 3.0 is treated the same. Do some playing in mylsn.info to get a better idea. Be generous with your ranges because there isn't too much info with that gpa range.



Thx for the reply ill just have to wait and see then

http://www.mylsn.info

Not sure if you caught my drift. It's a predictor generator that uses the results of people from TLS


Haha I don't think OP understood your response, either.

toothbrush
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Re: Difference b/w lsdas 2.3 and 2.8

Postby toothbrush » Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:14 am

PRgradBYU wrote:
Haha I don't think OP understood your response, either.

=P gotta remember not everyone is as savvy as common TLS'rs..

mylsn.info is a strange address too heh.

no biggy. hope he got the message

hukchobo
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Re: Difference b/w lsdas 2.3 and 2.8

Postby hukchobo » Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:59 am

I do know what mylsn is its a stickied post...

Its just that mylsn doesnt seem to be working properly for me
The graphs are really fuzzy and its hard for me to see.. i tried playing around with the options but still verry fuzzy incomprehensible graphs...
Not to mention it doesnt load at all on my phone (i rarely have a chance to use a computer)
Am i missing something here??


Edit: scrap that i now see its not only graphs thx for the info

toothbrush
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Re: Difference b/w lsdas 2.3 and 2.8

Postby toothbrush » Sun Feb 03, 2013 2:32 am

hukchobo wrote:I do know what mylsn is its a stickied post...

Its just that mylsn doesnt seem to be working properly for me
The graphs are really fuzzy and its hard for me to see.. i tried playing around with the options but still verry fuzzy incomprehensible graphs...
Not to mention it doesnt load at all on my phone (i rarely have a chance to use a computer)
Am i missing something here??


Edit: scrap that i now see its not only graphs thx for the info

succceessss

Ti Malice
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Re: Difference b/w lsdas 2.3 and 2.8

Postby Ti Malice » Sun Feb 03, 2013 3:01 pm

hukchobo wrote:Are sub 2.9 gpas all treated the same?


As you noted, there's not a tremendous amount of data on this, but what data there is suggests that law schools do not treat all sub-3.0 GPAs the same. Someone with a 2.8/173 will stand a significantly better chance at NU than someone with a 2.3/173, on average.




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