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I retook the LSAT in January and got a 167 (got a 165 on my first take back in September). I have a 3.7, fairly cookie-cutter softs and LORs for a law school candidate. I'm a first-generation immigrant, but idk if that'll help. Here's my list so far:
I'm willing to apply ED to Cornell.
I looked at predictors (LSN in particular), and it looks like people with my stats had decent chances with Texas/Cornell/Georgetown, but everyone on TLS/Reddit is saying that people with my stats have no/minimal chance, and that they should aim for lower t20 schools. What's the consensus on this?
Thank you all!
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Whether you should be targeting a T20 school for less money depends entirely on what you want to do and where you want to do it.
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Also, consider writing a diversity statement about your first-gen immigrant experience if you think it will be compelling; some schools might give you a bump for it, and in rare cases certain scholarships can be earmarked for specific kinds of applicants.
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