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3.3 / 168

Postby Jupiter33 » Mon Nov 07, 2016 5:26 pm

Hello friends. As a classic splitter here, I am curious as to whether I would be competitive for the bottom half of the T-14. For the sake of this prediction, assume that I will be writing a quite decent PS, and an addendum that, if not explaining away my gpa, at least addresses it. LoRs expected to be strong but nothing world-shaking. I graduated from a good public ivy in Virginia, and got a masters in economics from a top 20 school. Have 2+ years of work experience after that.

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Re: 3.3 / 168

Postby sweets91 » Mon Nov 07, 2016 5:29 pm

Jupiter33 wrote:Hello friends. As a classic splitter here, I am curious as to whether I would be competitive for the bottom half of the T-14. For the sake of this prediction, assume that I will be writing a quite decent PS, and an addendum that, if not explaining away my gpa, at least addresses it. LoRs expected to be strong but nothing world-shaking. I graduated from a good public ivy in Virginia, and got a masters in economics from a top 20 school. Have 2+ years of work experience after that.


Without a stronger LSAT score, I'd say your chances are shaky w/ your GPA. What even is a "good public ivy in Virginia?" If you mean UVA, UVA isn't an ivy league college, just fyi (of course it's a phenomenal school, but it's not ivy)

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Re: 3.3 / 168

Postby Jupiter33 » Mon Nov 07, 2016 5:33 pm

sweets91 wrote:
Jupiter33 wrote:Hello friends. As a classic splitter here, I am curious as to whether I would be competitive for the bottom half of the T-14. For the sake of this prediction, assume that I will be writing a quite decent PS, and an addendum that, if not explaining away my gpa, at least addresses it. LoRs expected to be strong but nothing world-shaking. I graduated from a good public ivy in Virginia, and got a masters in economics from a top 20 school. Have 2+ years of work experience after that.


Without a stronger LSAT score, I'd say your chances are shaky w/ your GPA. What even is a "good public ivy in Virginia?" If you mean UVA, UVA isn't an ivy league college, just fyi (of course it's a phenomenal school, but it's not ivy)


Yea, I don't know why I just didn't say the name of the schools. William and Mary undergrad. 'Public Ivy' is just a term used to denote a group of public schools considered high tier, but I definitely agree that they aren't ivy league. It's based off of some book a guy wrote in the 80s.

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Re: 3.3 / 168

Postby trebekismyhero » Mon Nov 07, 2016 5:52 pm

Have a shot at getting into Cornell, GT, and maybe NU since they like WE. But if you do get in you're probably looking at sticker



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