3.62 - 172 - Professional Athlete

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3.62 - 172 - Professional Athlete

Postby giraffesandtrees » Mon Aug 27, 2018 4:57 pm

3.62 in an engineering major at Stanford.
172 LSAT.
Spent 5ish years playing a sport professionally after college (retired due to injury).

Any input on school list?

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Re: 3.62 - 172 - Professional Athlete

Postby DerKatze » Mon Aug 27, 2018 10:40 pm

Definitely somewhere in the T14.

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Re: 3.62 - 172 - Professional Athlete

Postby nealric » Tue Aug 28, 2018 9:24 am

giraffesandtrees wrote:3.62 in an engineering major at Stanford.
172 LSAT.
Spent 5ish years playing a sport professionally after college (retired due to injury).

Any input on school list?


I think it's worth throwing in some Hail Mary applications to Yale and Stanford. Although your GPA is a bit low for them, the Stanford engineering undergrad helps quite a bit, and those schools anecdotally seem to really like unusual softs. Other than that, I'd pretty much apply to all of the T14 (unless there are any you wouldn't want to attend for location or other specific reasons) and see what sticks. You will get into most if not all of them. If money is not an issue (I suppose it depends what you were paid and how much you saved), there's probably no reason to apply to the lower 1/3 of the T14.



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