3.9/4.0, 179 (LSAT-Flex), non-URM: Chances of scholarships in T6?

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Jeevan

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3.9/4.0, 179 (LSAT-Flex), non-URM: Chances of scholarships in T6?

Post by Jeevan » Mon Aug 03, 2020 1:57 am

Rising senior at a top-20 private university. I got a really nice score in the July test but my GPA isn’t as competitive. My softs are solid but not that unique (research assistantships, legal services, NGO internship, student clubs, etc.) I’m wondering if my LSAT score would be able to somehow make up for my GPA, and do I stand a decent chance in scoring scholarships at UChi/Columbia/NYU? Also I’m a foreign national.

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Re: 3.9/4.0, 179 (LSAT-Flex), non-URM: Chances of scholarships in T6?

Post by nixy » Mon Aug 03, 2020 8:14 am

Your GPA is 3.9. That’s above Columbia and NYU’s 75th percentiles and at Chicago’s 50th (which is only .06 lower than its 75th.) Of course that’s competitive.

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Re: 3.9/4.0, 179 (LSAT-Flex), non-URM: Chances of scholarships in T6?

Post by The Lsat Airbender » Mon Aug 03, 2020 8:38 am

3.9 is perfectly "competitive," lol, I'm tempted to call humblebrag.

Nobody is a complete lock for the CCN full-rides but 3.9/179 puts you in an excellent position. Write strong apps. I'd apply to Knight-Hennessy too.

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