3.02/146/172 chances?

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jingosaur
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Re: 3.02/146/172 chances?

Postby jingosaur » Mon Sep 23, 2013 11:40 am

optimist1 wrote:hello all sorry for the bump but i have 1 question.

do u think it is worth the $100 or however much it costs to apply to some of the higher ranked schools? i'm not talking about yale (heck i wouldnt be surprised if the mail office shreds my app on the way there haha) but schools like chicago, nyu, columbia.

do you think i should?


E-mail them and ask them for a fee waiver. NYU already gave out some unsolicited fee waivers and they are likely to let you apply for free.

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Re: 3.02/146/172 chances?

Postby jbagelboy » Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:51 pm

optimist1 wrote:hello all sorry for the bump but i have 1 question.

do u think it is worth the $100 or however much it costs to apply to some of the higher ranked schools? i'm not talking about yale (heck i wouldnt be surprised if the mail office shreds my app on the way there haha) but schools like chicago, nyu, columbia.

do you think i should?


Penn, UVA, and NYU are all shooting range.

Based on past cycles, you'll hit below the floors for UChicago, Columbia, Harvard. Absolute lowest non-urm for these schools has hit ~3.2 (and these people had 176+ LSATs) So its probably not worth it, but if you dont want to be asking yourself "what if" then go ahead




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