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I am aware of schools like Columbia, Harvard and some others, who average your three scores. Are my chances close to zero for these schools? Is there a significant disparity between say, Columbia vs Cornell if my goal is to work in BigLaw? Thanks
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Yale might average LSATs, but there is nothing to suggest that any other school does. Your highest score will be the one schools report to LSAC and USNWR, so that's the one that counts.
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Granted, the higher the LSAT score, the more money you will get. Law school is expensive. You could maximize your LSAT score, go to a decent school, and graduate with minimal debt. Again, it all depends on what you want out of your legal education. There are a plethora of opportunities.
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