jpark86 wrote:SlippinJimmy wrote:jpark86 wrote:acr wrote:jpark86 wrote:acr wrote:Why is Georgetown your top choice? This is all moot until you take the LSAT, but get a 170 and go to a better school.
FYI - I talked to former admissions officers about LSAT scores, but apparently a 170 doesn't really make a major difference to your application unless its 172 or above..
To the eyes of many law schools, a 169, 170 and 171 are all grouped in the same bucket
FYI, you are dead wrong. Sorry. I'll take the data's word for it instead of your supposed "conversations" with former admissions officers.
How can you be so sure about something that you have provided no evidence for? (great start to your legal career!)
I suggest calling admissions consultants to verify what I have posted
LSN isn't evidence?
if you really don't believe what i posted above, i suggest calling one or all of the following people/companies
Ann Levine (lawschoolexpert.com)
Spivey Consulting (spiveyconsulting.com)
Anna Ivey (annaivey.com)
You know Spivey actually posts here, right? And I've never heard him say something as idiotic as "169-171 are all in the same bucket". Medians at the T14 are defined by the difference of a single point on the LSAT. You're talking nonsense.