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Messages - joshbrown007
I have maybe a stupid question, but I'm not sure about it so I'll ask anyways, I had applied to 5 law schools in November and have so far been waitlisted and rejected, I am not sure what will happen with the others however to ensure I get in somewhere I just decided, even though its kinda late in the game, to apply to a few more places, but the one thing I realized after I submitted my information to these new schools was that my transcript hasn't been updated showing the end of my fall semester. My GPA dropped one point, partly due to senioritis, and I want to know if I should send these schools my updated transcript or not?
I'm History/Pre-Law & Spanish major who is very interested in going to Stetson, my UGPA is 3.30 and my LSAT score that I took in June was a mere 149, so first of all what are my chances of getting into this school with those grades. Also I have already registered to take them again this fall, on October 4th, so I was wondering if Steton takes your highest LSAT score or averages them out?
yeah it does actually help alot, although right now I'm thinking of Franklin Pierce thanks so someone's suggestion and backup is Duquesne, should I just go ahead and apply to these schools with my current LSAT score or should I wait and take it over and apply a little later, the earliest I could apply for Franklin Pierce is October 1st, And the next time I could take my LSAT is later in October probably not getting my score back till like November or so. Would I be better off applying early with my current score? Or waiting and hopefully getting a slightly better one?
After reading many of your glowing reviews Franklin Pierce seems like a great place and I believe I will definetly apply there, right now I have it as my number 1 school that I'd like to attend. My UGPA is 3.30 and my LSAT is 149, I've done LSAT/GPA calculators which have told me that I have about a 50% shot at getting in with these grades, I'd really like to go here, so I hope they are a better than that. I would like to know everyone else's GPA/LSAT that have gotten into Franklin Pierce if you feel comfortable sharing that information. Or if you think that I should take my LSAT again or should I just go ahead and apply now with the stats that I have already have?
So I understand that I do not have a super high GPA, 3.30, I could have worked harder in college I suppose and I just took my LSAT and received a 149, I know thats not tremendous as well, but I am wondering if anyone had any good suggestions for a person in my position, other than taking the LSAT again, which I am planning on in the fall. Some schools I am currently considering are Widener in Harrisburg and Duquesne in Pittsburgh. I am interested in schools that offer dual programs with Government specializations, whether it be Public Administration or what not. Thanks for your opinions