Penn? 166/3.92

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lawlawland16

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Penn? 166/3.92

Postby lawlawland16 » Wed Sep 21, 2016 3:53 pm

the good
    3.92 GPA from top public university
    WE
    above avg softs
    grad study with/LORs from well-known scholars
    record of outperforming standardized tests scores

the bad
    166
    have taken LSAT more than once
    non-URM

any chance at Penn?

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Thomas Hagan, ESQ.

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Re: Penn? 166/3.92

Postby Thomas Hagan, ESQ. » Wed Sep 21, 2016 3:55 pm

lawlawland16 wrote:the good
    3.92 GPA from top public university
    WE
    above avg softs
    grad study with/LORs from well-known scholars
    record of outperforming standardized tests scores

the bad
    166
    have taken LSAT more than once
    non-URM

any chance at Penn?


I know someone (non URM) that got into Penn with an almost identical GPA from a non-top public university and lower LSAT. However, she got in off the waitlist.

But, there's a chance!

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Re: Penn? 166/3.92

Postby ronanOgara » Wed Sep 21, 2016 3:56 pm

lawlawland16 wrote:the good
    3.92 GPA from top public university
    WE
    above avg softs
    grad study with/LORs from well-known scholars
    record of outperforming standardized tests scores

the bad
    166
    have taken LSAT more than once
    non-URM

any chance at Penn?


I think you have a fighting chance. Will probably be an expensive tab though.

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Re: Penn? 166/3.92

Postby poptart123 » Wed Sep 21, 2016 4:06 pm

Thomas Hagan, ESQ. wrote:
lawlawland16 wrote:the good
    3.92 GPA from top public university
    WE
    above avg softs
    grad study with/LORs from well-known scholars
    record of outperforming standardized tests scores

the bad
    166
    have taken LSAT more than once
    non-URM

any chance at Penn?


I know someone (non URM) that got into Penn with an almost identical GPA from a non-top public university and lower LSAT. However, she got in off the waitlist.

But, there's a chance!


+1. Possibly different person unless she had a sex change; exact same circumstances.

He also got in at GULC and Cornell off the WL. He rode a lot of WLs deep into the summer so be ready.



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