3.21 154 LSAT aa male urm ...georgetown????......or Howard?

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3.21 154 LSAT aa male urm ...georgetown????......or Howard?

Post by mcdeeremitch » Wed Jan 04, 2012 10:04 pm

Like the title says any shot at Georgetown??

also are chances good at Howard??



Sorry for posting in two forums I realized after I posted in whats my chances I might be better served in rum forum

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Re: 3.21 154 LSAT aa male urm ...georgetown????......or Howard?

Post by mcdeeremitch » Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:34 pm

Anyone??

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Re: 3.21 154 LSAT aa male urm ...georgetown????......or Howard?

Post by Blessedassurance » Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:50 pm

What kind of urm? Georgetown seems far-fetched but these things can be unpredictable.

Edit: Never mind, just re-read your title. I'd guess you have a shot at Howard.

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Re: 3.21 154 LSAT aa male urm ...georgetown????......or Howard?

Post by mcdeeremitch » Thu Jan 05, 2012 2:55 pm

Does anybody think there is a shot at georgetown ed...if what I read is correct their ed deadline is the same as RD??

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Re: 3.21 154 LSAT aa male urm ...georgetown????......or Howard?

Post by Hjones33 » Thu Jan 05, 2012 3:12 pm

I am sorry but you have no shot.

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Re: 3.21 154 LSAT aa male urm ...georgetown????......or Howard?

Post by Blessedassurance » Thu Jan 05, 2012 5:58 pm

mcdeeremitch wrote:Does anybody think there is a shot at georgetown ed...if what I read is correct their ed deadline is the same as RD??
I don't know about their ED deadline but it's worth a shot. The worse than can do is say no, right? If you could retake and get 160+, you'd have better options.

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