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Re: 3.95, 174 (158, 166)

Postby TooOld4This » Sun Jan 12, 2014 11:28 am

Are you really not going to apply based upon responses here? Hit submit on the application. :)


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Re: 3.95, 174 (158, 166)

Postby BigZuck » Sun Jan 12, 2014 11:35 am

An application to Harvard will be the best indicator of whether you will get into Harvard or not. But please do come back and let us know how your cycle goes, you just might be an inspiration and an example to point to for all us retake bros.

Congrats on the score btw, that's awesome. I bet you'll snag Harvard.

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Re: 3.95, 174 (158, 166)

Postby jbagelboy » Sun Jan 12, 2014 2:56 pm

Matched up against another 3.9/174 k-jd with one take, they'd go with the other guy. However, statistically speaking, there just aren't enough 174's w/ above median GPAs floating around to make this scenario likely.

I would suggest that the combination of k-jd (no WE), late application (late jan complete date at best?), and prior LSAT in the 150's could raise some flags. If you really want to make H a total lock, TCR is to get an FT job, write a killer thesis for a great LoR, and reapply in september of 2014. But you have a great chance this cycle too, just a couple more possible reasons for WL.

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Re: 3.95, 174 (158, 166)

Postby goldenflash19 » Sun Jan 12, 2014 6:50 pm

I took the LSAT four times (low to mid/high 160s on previous takes) and got into H this cycle with 4/174, so it's possible with retakes. Your numbers give you a really good shot, but IDK if applying this late in the cycle would have an effect. Good luck!

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