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Chances? B3 3.92, LSAT 165

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Waiting to find out my August-flex score but if 165 is as high as my LSAT gets (which would be below the median), what are my chances with subpar/average ECs/volunteer? Nothing related to law or social justice or anything amazing like that

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Significantly higher chance of getting in than not getting in, I'd say. But re your ECs/volunteering, remember your PS is 1/3rd of the weight of your application - so make it count! 

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4 hours ago, clawyer said:

Waiting to find out my August-flex score but if 165 is as high as my LSAT gets (which would be below the median), what are my chances with subpar/average ECs/volunteer? Nothing related to law or social justice or anything amazing like that

I don't think they really care about your EC if you have 168+.

You still have a better than 80% with B3 3.92 and 165. I thought you have 3.93 GPA.

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