Has anyone on here gone through UVA's admissions as an in-state. The "facts" we know are they historically reserve 40% of the class for in-state and in-state last year had a 33% acceptance vs. out-of-state's 22%.
Anyone with an idea on how the numbers work in the in-state process. A 1L friend said she'd heard of a few 165s. Is it possible/probable that because of their in-state requirements that the >25% LSAT numbers are basically in-staters?
I'm a 170/3.1 (3.4 Major) but I'm in-state. And I went to a competitive top 20 school.
Last year, they got just under 700 in-state apps vs. over 4,000 for regular. Can anyone speak to UVA or at least other state schools where similar admissions criteria exist.
HAHAHA. That was my 1st post ever on TLS.
1. Residency is pretty easy. Reigster your car, get a DL a year before classes start, but check the website to be sure.
2. Is it easier, not technically, but you're in a different part of the admissions pool. They aim to fill 40% of their class with residents, but keep in mind, many will do/have done what you are in establishing residency and so I don't think it is necessarily easier, just a bit different. As in, I got in with the numbers above, but others have had less luck.