3.8 & 165, Shooting for T20-30

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reedobandito
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3.8 & 165, Shooting for T20-30

Postby reedobandito » Mon Jul 01, 2013 6:44 pm

Hey guys, just received my latest LSAT and I improved by one point. 164 in Dec, 165 this June. 3.8 GPA, Poli Sci degree, decent softs (Internship for a US Senator), will put a lot of effort into my Personal Statement. Really wanted Cornell, but its looking a little bit more like T30 at best now. What should I shoot for, what packages should I accept?

Thanks!


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Re: 3.8 & 165, Shooting for T20-30

Postby PRgradBYU » Mon Jul 01, 2013 8:40 pm

reedobandito wrote:Hey guys, just received my latest LSAT and I improved by one point. 164 in Dec, 165 this June. 3.8 GPA, Poli Sci degree, decent softs (Internship for a US Senator), will put a lot of effort into my Personal Statement. Really wanted Cornell, but its looking a little bit more like T30 at best now. What should I shoot for, what packages should I accept?

Thanks!


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Re: 3.8 & 165, Shooting for T20-30

Postby laxbrah420 » Mon Jul 01, 2013 8:48 pm

I mean you have a 100% chance of making a T30 school dude... the fact that you knew to retake a 164 and ask us about scholarship packages means you're not totally out of the loop. I don't pay attention to numbers any more but my buddy got Columbia and Berk with a 167/3.8x this year --moving from a T25 school that places about 20-30% in BigLaw to a T10 that places 60-80% in those jobs is surely worth a lot. You need to focus on the October LSAT.




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