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Is there any chance that I can be admitted by TOP14?
Thank you very much!
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Basically, everybody was scoring high (lots of 170+ers), but to paraphrase one guy who ended up getting 177, "I can't litigate worth shit." What are your goals? Many of them want to get a JD and then look for work back in Asia. They all told me it's much harder for international students for this reason. He retook a 175 because he didn't think he had a shot at Harvard with that.
If working in China is the case, communicate that somehow, because law schools are concerned about English fluency. Tell them you're going to be searching for jobs where fluency isn't important.
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Typically international students with superior grades hit at or just below the median LSAT scores would suggest; I would anticipate admission to most lower T14s and maybe one or two of CCN.
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