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Hey just wondering my chances of getting in this year. 

cGPA: 85.2 with drops (self-calculated)

LSAT: 161

Thanks!

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23 minutes ago, lawlawlaw99662 said:

I would calculate your index score!

Just spoke to admissions and recalculated by GPA on the 4.33 scale to be 4.05. Index is 911.25

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2 minutes ago, jlrr said:

Just spoke to admissions and recalculated by GPA on the 4.33 scale to be 4.05. Index is 911.25

It seems like you have a pretty good chance then!! 

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With an index score of 911.25 you have an extremely high chance. I'm not sure what the instant admission index score is this time around, but according to what people have said on this  forum it's anywhere between 910-920 in prior years. So even if you don't make the instant admission cut, you're still high on the list of applicants and your chances are high overall.

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