Early Decision (Reverse Splitter)

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Nylaw121

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Early Decision (Reverse Splitter)

Postby Nylaw121 » Wed Jun 29, 2016 5:42 am

The ultimate goal is biglaw in NYC. GPA is 3.93, LSAT is 164. No retake options left. Fortunately, money is not an issue.

What would my chances be like applying ED to Cornell with these numbers?

Sorry for the post. I checked online but there is very little data for ED applicants in general and basically no data for those with my numbers. Thank you!

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Re: Early Decision (Reverse Splitter)

Postby mjjames » Wed Jun 29, 2016 12:45 pm

I thought that Cornell ED doesn't give too much of a boost. Also, only ED if you would be OK with paying sticker.

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Re: Early Decision (Reverse Splitter)

Postby sudijajd » Wed Jun 29, 2016 4:43 pm

Nylaw121 wrote:The ultimate goal is biglaw in NYC. GPA is 3.93, LSAT is 164. No retake options left. Fortunately, money is not an issue.

What would my chances be like applying ED to Cornell with these numbers?

Sorry for the post. I checked online but there is very little data for ED applicants in general and basically no data for those with my numbers. Thank you!


I have similar stats and although I didn't ED at Cornell, I was accepted eventually (it took a long, long time). No money however. I was also accepted at Northwestern and Berkeley (with 75k). Apply early :D



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