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Anyone accepted with a 147 LSAT?

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I don't know about 147, but wouldn't be too surprised if yes. I personally know someone who got in with a 149. 

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Yes but your GPA would be extremely high or you would fall into an access/special circumstances case. It's certainly not the norm.

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I've applied previously with a 149 and only got wait-listed at two schools but never accepted. Eventually ended up retaking the LSAT. 

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6 hours ago, capitalttruth said:

Yes but your GPA would be extremely high or you would fall into an access/special circumstances case. It's certainly not the norm.

What about Access + CGPA 3.77 L2 4.0?

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A 147 is going to be such a rarity that it shouldn't affect your hopes for being admitted with such a low score.

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4 minutes ago, julesor said:

What about Access + CGPA 3.77 L2 4.0?

High, may not be high enough. But it's Access so who knows.

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I'll also add that, at least in my experience, the LSAT can be learned with the right materials and right learning strategy that works for you. It may take some time, but it is now my belief that any reasonably intelligent person can improve their score and get in the mid-high 150's, at least. 

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4 minutes ago, erinl2 said:

A 147 is going to be such a rarity that it shouldn't affect your hopes for being admitted with such a low score.

Fair, but I think @capitalttruth gave the best answer. It depends on other factors. We need to know OP’s stats to give a more conclusive answer. 

On 3/12/2019 at 6:01 AM, lawlaw12 said:

Anyone accepted with a 147 LSAT?

Full description of your stats please? It is hard to base it solely off an LSAT. You might have factors that can compensate. The very very short answer, though, is right when @erinl2 says it is a rarity. 

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