EDing T14 with 167 3.2

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EDing T14 with 167 3.2

Post by gspiel1232 » Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:02 pm

Tried to make it as easy as possible; I know, I know, don't clog up the "Latest Posts"

Do you think being at Cornell's Lsat median is enough to throw an app their way, even though I'm way below the GPA, or should I save my hundo?

Also, I assume a UVA ED is throwing away money, but if anyone out there wants to convince me otherwise, I'll take it.
I'll probably end up going to BC/BU or Pitt, as I have many ties there, went to undergrad there, and live there currently.

Edit: I scored a point higher than my PT average, so I'm kind of worried about the retake.

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Re: EDing T14 with 167 3.2

Post by El_Gallo » Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:09 pm

You can throw an app at Cornell. They probably won't bite, but it's worth a shot. Don't bother with any other t14. UT, Vandy, UCLA, and USC are your reaches. It sounds like BC/BU are your targets.

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Re: EDing T14 with 167 3.2

Post by JamMasterJ » Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:29 pm

Cornell only has EA, fwiw. Either way, it's gonna be tough. I think you're probably looking at GW/Fordham/WUSTL/BC/BU/ND

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Re: EDing T14 with 167 3.2

Post by Crowing » Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:50 pm

Cornell has a hard floor at 3.3 iirc. No offense OP, but without URM status you have no chance at any T-14 schools; at least nobody in the past five years has gotten into a T-14 with those numbers according to LSN.

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Re: EDing T14 with 167 3.2

Post by Tom Joad » Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:44 pm

How do you feel about Wustling?

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