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So I took the GRE and scored in the 97th percentile in Reading and 30th percentile in Math. Weird and sad and bad!
I've read on some forums that Law Schools don't care much about the math portion of the GRE.
I'm considering applying to Georgetown Law.
I have a 3.6 undergrad GPA and 4 years experience in public sector strategy consulting with a big firm. 27, White, Male.
I would love anyone's thoughts about if this is a deranged idea or if I should just YOLO and do it?
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I know, but GRE math is hardly even high school level math. Maybe I'm biasedJohnnybgoode92 wrote:Aspiring lawyer. We aren’t known for math, accounting, or marketable skills. Most are liberal arts refugees.zzxxxx wrote:how on earth did you get 30 percentile in math?
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