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So with this lsat finally.in, Dec 160 lsat, and the above stats any ideas of where this may land?  I think I bungled my ps hard and lor and ec maybe as well so keep it in mind , weaker course loads eg 4 semster , any ideas in a timline with how this may unfold ? 

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So with this lsat finally.in, Dec 160 lsat, and the above stats any ideas of where this may land?  I think I bungled my ps hard and lor and ec maybe as well so keep it in mind , weaker course loads eg 4 semster , any ideas in a timline with how this may unfold ? 

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