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Postby linkx13 » Thu Aug 15, 2013 7:36 pm

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Lavitz
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Re: ED Cornell 3.47-168?

Postby Lavitz » Thu Aug 15, 2013 8:01 pm

If those are your top choices and you're willing to pay sticker, I guess. Probably a 50% chance of getting in RD though. I think ED would improve those odds since they're struggling to keep up the LSAT median.

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And since LSATSCORES2012 went and added that line at the bottom of the graph, I suppose I'm obligated to say "or retake."

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Re: ED Cornell 3.47-168?

Postby linkx13 » Thu Aug 15, 2013 8:18 pm

Lavitz wrote:If those are your top choices and you're willing to pay sticker, I guess. Probably a 50% chance of getting in RD though. I think ED would improve those odds since they're struggling to keep up the LSAT median.

And since LSATSCORES2012 went and added that line at the bottom of the graph, I suppose I'm obligated to say "or retake."


Thanks for the advice. Hmm, yeah I'll probably just apply regular decision then, especially since I don't know if i'll get into either it would be better to apply to both by November regular decision.

I thought Cornell had an early action program, but it appears that is no longer the case if it ever was.

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Re: ED Cornell 3.47-168?

Postby Lavitz » Thu Aug 15, 2013 8:19 pm

linkx13 wrote:I thought Cornell had an early action program, but it appears that is no longer the case if it ever was.

It was. They just changed it this year.

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Re: ED Cornell 3.47-168?

Postby phillywc » Thu Aug 15, 2013 11:09 pm

Lavitz wrote:
linkx13 wrote:I thought Cornell had an early action program, but it appears that is no longer the case if it ever was.

It was. They just changed it this year.

How did you get myLSN to add that line about lsat points and scholly $

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Re: ED Cornell 3.47-168?

Postby Lavitz » Thu Aug 15, 2013 11:13 pm

phillywc wrote:How did you get myLSN to add that line about lsat points and scholly $

Oh, it does that automatically in certain circumstances now. Here is the explanation:

LSATSCORES2012 wrote:Small update...

manual non-ED search images will now display a message at the bottom indicating the value one might receive from retaking and scoring 3 points higher on the LSAT if there is a significant difference and the max lsat score is less than 173

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Re: ED Cornell 3.47-168?

Postby hephaestus » Thu Aug 15, 2013 11:14 pm

This is the first year Cornell has ED, so its unclear what boost it will have. I am assuming you would get in ED since this year's median was a 167 and they usually seem to shoot for 168s. That said, I would apply RD but early to Cornell and GULC and see what happens. Finally, retake.

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Re: ED Cornell 3.47-168?

Postby phillywc » Thu Aug 15, 2013 11:15 pm

Lavitz wrote:
phillywc wrote:How did you get myLSN to add that line about lsat points and scholly $

Oh, it does that automatically in certain circumstances now. Here is the explanation:

LSATSCORES2012 wrote:Small update...

manual non-ED search images will now display a message at the bottom indicating the value one might receive from retaking and scoring 3 points higher on the LSAT if there is a significant difference and the max lsat score is less than 173

Ah. I have a 173 so that would explain it not showing up for me. Thank you.




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