Reverse Splitter (3.77, 160) Any chances at lower T14?

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Reverse Splitter (3.77, 160) Any chances at lower T14?

Postby NapoleonXV » Wed Oct 30, 2013 5:15 am

Hey guys

I am posting this for my friend. I recommended LSN to her, but it seems that there is quite a small data sample there, so I have decided to resort to help of you guys.

East Asian
Undergrad: US Top 15 LAC (GPA: 3.77)
Grad: Oxbridge
LSAT: Cancel, 159, 160 (she was PT'ing at 163~168, so quite a shock apparently)
soft and LORs: above average

Any chance at lower T14?
She is considering ED Cornell.

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Re: Reverse Splitter (3.77, 160) Any chances at lower T14?

Postby NapoleonXV » Wed Oct 30, 2013 9:58 am

Bump ..

any input will be genuinely appreciated

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Re: Reverse Splitter (3.77, 160) Any chances at lower T14?

Postby hephaestus » Wed Oct 30, 2013 10:00 am

The T14 is out of reach. You need to tell her to wait until she can take a 4th time. She's way below Cornell's 25th percentile and I doubt she would get in, even with an ED.

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Re: Reverse Splitter (3.77, 160) Any chances at lower T14?

Postby Louis1127 » Wed Oct 30, 2013 10:00 am

TLS will likely (wisely) tell you that there is no such thing as a reverse splitter. A reverse splitter is simply someone who needs to retake the LSAT. Especially since your friend had high PTs.




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