Thank you for chancing me

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8to1odds
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Thank you for chancing me

Postby 8to1odds » Tue Sep 03, 2013 12:06 am

I am studying like mad for the LSAT--can't take it until December so my app will be on the late side but I am PTing around 170 and haven't even started my test masters course. Confident I can get low 170s or better.

I have three semesters from Beloit College with a 2.9. Three semesters and an Associate Degree from Community College 3.45. And I will be finally getting my Bachelors in Individualized Studies from Goddard College (no GPA, qualitative review of the work).

My professional resume is scattered--agricultural work, sports writing, trader joes, driving senior citizens, delivering pet food, and now I am a recovery counselor in an adolescent group home. My current recovery counselor job is the most stable and meaningful work I have had--it is relevant to law school--and offers some personal statement material.

I want to live/study/work in LA or Chicago so I am blanketing those cities. My uncle, father, and grandfather went to U of C law and there is a scholarship there in my grandfathers name.

Chances in those two cities? Thanks!

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Re: Thank you for chancing me

Postby rad lulz » Tue Sep 03, 2013 12:17 am

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8to1odds
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Re: Thank you for chancing me

Postby 8to1odds » Tue Sep 03, 2013 2:17 am

Thanks for the flow chart, rad lulz.

Aren't I a splitter with a low gpa and practice LSATs at 170?

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twenty
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Re: Thank you for chancing me

Postby twenty » Tue Sep 03, 2013 3:10 am

Do you have at least 60 graded credits? If not, LSAC will not calculate a cumulative GPA for you.

EDIT> It looks like you do. Come back with an actual calculated LSAC GPA and a real LSAT and we'll chance you then. There's too huge a difference between a 169 and a "low 170's score" to even guesstimate.




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