I received my "preferred" waitlist letter earlier this week... as with everyone else, I'm not sure if this is better or worse than being defferred. I guess we'll see how many of each get good news later on.
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so... if I have a 177 on the LSAT and a 2.95 GPA
is it pretty much certain that I will get into at least 1 of the top 14 law schools...?
or is it possible I will be rejected from all?
Before I begin looking for a place to live in D.C. I’d like to know if anyone had a status check change on or about the 11th of January and didn’t get an admission letter from Dean Cornblatt? Given the posts, it seems like those who had a mid January status-check-change to decision received an affirmative response.
There is a signficant difference in understanding level between a 157 and 170. There's a significant difference between 157 and 160. I'm not saying it's impossible, but that kind of improvement is....certainly uphill.
Study smart and study hard and you'll make a respectable jump, even if you dont' hit 170.
Under ordinary circumstances, yes. But a 169 is usually around, what, 10 wrong? On this curve, 10 wrong would get you into the low 160s. It sounds like he just missed one question more than usual.