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Chances GPA 3.72/4.0 LSAT 159

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Hi,

Just wanted to get an idea of what my chances are if anyone has any insight. I also rewrote the LSAT in December, but do I even have a shot with the score I have now? My undergrad was also in engineering but I’m not sure if that’s matters, from what I understand it probably doesn’t. 

Thanks!

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7 hours ago, Law99 said:

Hi,

Just wanted to get an idea of what my chances are if anyone has any insight. I also rewrote the LSAT in December, but do I even have a shot with the score I have now? My undergrad was also in engineering but I’m not sure if that’s matters, from what I understand it probably doesn’t. 

Thanks!

I can't give you a percentage because I don't know but I've definitely seen people with your stats or lower LSAT get in. Check previous accepted threads!

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did you apply to other schools?

159 is a tough call. you need another 4 points to be competitive.

I say you have about 60% with 159 .

 

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I did apply to quite a few others, and I also just rewrote the Dec LSAT so we’ll see how’s that goes.

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From the (highly nonscientific) "analysis" I've done on the accepted thread, the first wave seems to be biased very heavily towards high cGPAs with  LSATs being good or decent, so I would expect an offer later into the cycle.

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18 minutes ago, RNGesus said:

From the (highly nonscientific) "analysis" I've done on the accepted thread, the first wave seems to be biased very heavily towards high cGPAs with  LSATs being good or decent, so I would expect an offer later into the cycle.

Make sense, I was noticing the same thing. I know my GPA is not great but ok...hopefully it gives my sub-160 lsat a chance, or I can move up a few points. Thanks for your insight!

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