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Why would you ED T-20? I'd imagine (without doing research) the split you have now will get you in ED to Vandy, UT, maybe WashU, but if you (correctly) retake in Sept and get a 166+, you have a good shot at getting a T-14, this cycle, with more money. Seems like the only outcome is you run the risk of wasting this cycle or being locked in to a worse school than a 4.0 uGPA has any right to accept, because you EDed to schools ranked too low.
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throwaway2018 wrote:inb4 retake.
you may have a shot at Berkeley. I'd be surprised if you got into Penn with a 162, but MyLSN knows more than me and stranger things have happened.
Mylsn shows I have no shot at Berkely, but the data size is small. Thanks for your help!
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StopLawying wrote:BigZuck wrote:StopLawying wrote:Anyone else?
Nothing anyone can help you with beyond what mylsn.info says
Don't worry about meaningless distinctions like "T20" just focus on the retake and crush it
Thanks, you're right. But do you know if mylsn.info is accurate? I use it, but I always feel like it's better to ask the people here.
I don't think it's necessarily gospel but it's better than anything else
Compilation of rando anon anecdotes>>>>>>>individual anon anecdotes>>>>>>>>>>>individual anon speculation ("Uh yeah, sure, you'll totes prob get into Minnesota on down but maybe not BC I dunno??? haha [fart noise]")
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Nothing contrary to add here- just want to reiterate BigZuck's point. T20 this year will probably be different from T20 next year (although at some point I feel like they should just have a T17- I have no recollection of when any of those 3 have been ranked 18 or worse). Just keep aiming for the top with your LSAT and don't ED! Go somewhere where you think you might want to practice that has strong employment outcomes, and go on a discount- you'll be much less stressed if you do!
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