« on: February 10, 2006, 03:08:40 PM »
How about HIGH GPA/LOW LSAT? Does anyone else fit into that category?
I don't know what is wrong with me - I graduated magna cum laude (while working full time), but after taking the LSAT 3 times, my average is only 142. I know, I'm embarrassed to admit it. I was rejected from 5 out of 6 schools, and this time around I'm only applying to one...and doing lots of praying.
There are a ton of you. Perfect GPA, low LSAT. There are like 50 people in America with my LSAT score and less than a 3.5 GPA. So there are few *rules* that apply and our admission to any school is uncertain.
Before you all go off on why I amnot a splitter, I agree with this dude:
Isn't a "split" when one of your numbers says one thing about you and the other number says something very different? My 3.39 says I'm an average student, but my 174 says I'm a 99th percentile guy. So I consider myself a splitter.
And for what it's worth, Toby Stock wanted to know why my GPA was so low and why I have errant grades.