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what are my chances of being accepted? Should I even apply?

 

Feedback would be greatly appreciated!

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I have a 152 and a 86% CGPA.. what do you guys would be my chances? I'm assuming low, but I'm rewriting in December anyways. 

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I have a 152 and a 86% CGPA.. what do you guys would be my chances? I'm assuming low, but I'm rewriting in December anyways.

 

You should always apply. Your LSAT is honestly not great, but there are students who have been accepted with worse. That being said, focus on making yourself as competitive as possible. Work on improving your LSAT and writing a stellar PS and getting as amazing LORs as possible. However, they've been reevaluating the admissions standards each year so it's difficult to give you a real estimate of your chances.

I wish you luck!

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I have a 152 and a 86% CGPA.. what do you guys would be my chances? I'm assuming low, but I'm rewriting in December anyways. 

 

Slim to none. Law schools are becoming more competitive each year. Re-write and try to get at least a 157, your GPA is high enough to carry most of the weight.

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Slim to none. Law schools are becoming more competitive each year.

Untrue, LSAT medians are falling. 

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Untrue, LSAT medians are falling. 

 

Really? I've always thought that LSAT medians fluctuate between +/- 1 or 2 but the overall trend seems to remain steady-ish

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