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Excellent117
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161/3.63

Postby Excellent117 » Tue Jul 02, 2013 4:28 pm

Posting this on behalf of a friend.

He has reached his LSAT retake limit, scoring a 161 twice and a 160 once. He wants to practice in Colorado. What are his odds at (a) admittance to CU-Boulder and (b) getting any kind of scholarship money with a 3.63/161? The total COA is about $151k (before interest) for residents; what kind of money would he need before it becomes something other than a crazy idea to take on the debt. He also has no undergraduate debt.

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Re: 161/3.63

Postby ManoftheHour » Tue Jul 02, 2013 4:32 pm

Excellent117 wrote:Posting this on behalf of a friend.

He has reached his LSAT retake limit, scoring a 161 twice and a 160 once. He wants to practice in Colorado. What are his odds at (a) admittance to CU-Boulder and (b) getting any kind of scholarship money with a 3.63/161? The total COA is about $151k (before interest) for residents; what kind of money would he need before it becomes something other than a crazy idea to take on the debt. He also has no undergraduate debt.


He should be in. I got in with very similar numbers last cycle. However, no $ at all. 151k before interest is a huge gamble for 51% LT FT legal employment.

http://www.lstscorereports.com/?school=colorado




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