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eriedoctrine wrote:You're in.
Despite the certainties above, it's not guaranteed OP. I know a URM this cycle (albeit late applicant) with significantly higher scores on both metrics who got straight dinged by them.
Def think the odds are in your favor for "getting in," but at what price is the real question. If you can get that LSAT up, you could go to Cornell without it being a reckless financial decision. Definitely get that LSAT up.
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LawurmStudent wrote:Thanks again.
Also thinking about west coast as well. What would my chances at UCLA or USC be?
Any input appreciated.
Please don't look for excuses not to retake. Aim for your dream school, Cornell, with big money. I won't comment about your admission chances to these other schools, but I doubt, as is, that you will get much, if any, money from them if you are admitted.
P.S. Michigan would be an acceptable substitute, with a decent scholarship of course, for Cornell. Either could probably get you to California provided that you either (1) do well and have ties or (2) do really well.