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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby slayerhn » Wed Dec 11, 2013 1:20 am

Pretty much 100% to any other school in Texas unless your PS offends them or something.

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby slayerhn » Wed Dec 11, 2013 1:31 am

~50%.

You have a great GPA. Why not retake the LSAT and get t14 with money or HYS?

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby slayerhn » Wed Dec 11, 2013 2:38 am

tsmalls33 wrote:I'm kinda afraid to retake. I feel that I'd only do marginally better and I cannot mentally invest the time and effort towards it again.


Well, I'd recommend you reconsider that. Your GPA can get you into any school and a full ride to a good majority of schools. It'd be worth it to sit out and take the LSAT again.

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby BigZuck » Wed Dec 11, 2013 2:54 am

Definitely retake and set your sights higher than UT.

If you're not motivated enough to retake the LSAT then I don't like your chances of being motivated enough to get the grades in law school that you would need to get a job that could pay off all the debt that you would accumulate by going to law school with those numbers.

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby slayerhn » Wed Dec 11, 2013 2:57 am

If you truly cannot take the LSAT again, you can apply to a school like SMU or UofH. If you apply for the Sumner's scholar at SMU, you'd probably get it. You'll at least get a half ride at SMU, if not the full Sumner's.

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby BigZuck » Wed Dec 11, 2013 3:18 am

slayerhn wrote:If you truly cannot take the LSAT again, you can apply to a school like SMU or UofH. If you apply for the Sumner's scholar at SMU, you'd probably get it. You'll at least get a half ride at SMU, if not the full Sumner's.


Naw, no such thing as "truly cannot retake."

Retake the LSAT, OP.

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby Nova » Wed Dec 11, 2013 3:20 am

tsmalls33 wrote:I'm kinda afraid to retake. I feel that I'd only do marginally better and I cannot mentally invest the time and effort towards it again.

marginally better = 2 points = median = in @ UT with $$

Take it into your own hands

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby midwest17 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:52 am

Retake. Easiest $100K or more you'll ever make.

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby birdlaw624 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 1:58 pm

tsmalls33 wrote:I'm kinda afraid to retake. I feel that I'd only do marginally better and I cannot mentally invest the time and effort towards it again.


What are you afraid of? If you scored lower than 164 the effect it would have on your chances at U of Texas or U of Houston would be negligible. If you did marginally better then you'd be looking at more scholarship money and better schools you could gain admittance to so you would have much better options.

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby NYC2012 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 2:06 pm

Was rejected with similar stats.

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby NYC2012 » Wed Dec 11, 2013 6:53 pm

tsmalls33 wrote:Rejected this cycle? How similar?


Yep, this cycle - was out of state and RD. LSAT slightly higher than yours, GPA slightly below.

Good luck though! Texas is tough when you're out of state, unfortunately.

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby BVest » Thu Dec 12, 2013 2:05 am

tsmalls33 wrote:I'm kinda afraid to retake. I feel that I'd only do marginally better and I cannot mentally invest the time and effort towards it again.


And you want to go to law school?

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Re: 3.93/164 U of Texas-Austin Out of State

Postby Nova » Thu Dec 12, 2013 2:09 am

NYC2012 wrote:
tsmalls33 wrote:Rejected this cycle? How similar?


Yep, this cycle - was out of state and RD. LSAT slightly higher than yours, GPA slightly below.

Good luck though! Texas is tough when you're out of state, unfortunately.

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