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Re: 166/3.9 - Which T14 school could I get into? (RD/ED) *Pls don't quote*

Post by Stranger » Wed Apr 24, 2019 8:10 am

Are you K-JD? Taking a year off to boost your LSAT would improve your chances, but is less critical as you don't need the scholarship to afford school. ED will help some places, but don't ED Georgetown with that GPA. You should be able to get a better option out of your cycle. Your LSAT isn't an absolute liability, since you're above the 25th percentile at a lot of the T13. Penn ED may be your best option, as I've seen them take more extreme splitters than you off of ED.

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Re: 166/3.9 - Which T14 school could I get into? (RD/ED) *Pls don't quote*

Post by icechicken » Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:00 am

Yeah, if you’re serious about free grad school, Penn ED could let that GPA get its due. Retake the LSAT in the meantime because a 170 would make this all so much easier.

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Re: 166/3.9 - Which T14 school could I get into? (RD/ED) *Pls don't quote*

Post by HelloYesThisIsDog » Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:59 am

icechicken wrote:
Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:00 am
Retake the LSAT in the meantime because a 170 would make this all so much easier.
Agreed - you have such a good GPA, OP, and while a 166 is good, it's still a bit of a waste. If you nudged it up to even a 168/169 your chances at many schools would improve significantly.

I think applying broadly to the t14 will probably get you in somewhere. Does this government scholarship guarantee any amount of tuition? Or a set amount?

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