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lawschoolsplit2023

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Where could a 3.0/178 get in, if..

Post by lawschoolsplit2023 » Wed Mar 13, 2024 10:21 am

Since there are no statistics on whether or not in the 2025 application cycle, lsat or standardized tests go optional for admission, and if they do in 2025, because they say we evaluate applicants holistically

Would a 3.0/178 still likely be able to break the top 50, as they typically would top 20 when lsat was required?

Isn’t it true even if standardized tests go optional for admission a percentage of law schools will still keep it requisite for their particular school if they choose to?

I just feel with only 8 months remaining this 2024 cycle I may not have time to get the desired score like I could in 2025, and when I do, it will then not help me at all

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Re: Where could a 3.0/178 get in, if..

Post by talons2250 » Wed Mar 13, 2024 2:10 pm

Type in those stats here and see what you get: https://7sage.com/predictor/

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Re: Where could a 3.0/178 get in, if..

Post by nixy » Wed Mar 13, 2024 5:04 pm

talons2250 wrote:
Wed Mar 13, 2024 2:10 pm
Type in those stats here and see what you get: https://7sage.com/predictor/
That’s based on past data, of course.

OP, there isn’t any data yet on what will happen if schools all go LSAT optional (or when/if that’s even going to happen). Study until you’re ready/able to get a 178 and then worry about what school policies are, as it won’t even be relevant if you don’t get your 178.

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