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Law School Admissions / Re: What are my chances?
« on: October 09, 2008, 12:41:46 PM »
I've been asked so many times.. I feel like I should have a voice recorder on hand so that i can play the whole "fine fine.. " blah blah blah. so nerve-wrecking..
How many times have you taken it? Are you planning to take anymore? I'm always freaking out.. desperately in need of a chill pill. I came out feeling extremely anxious.. I can't really say how i did just yet.

Law School Admissions / Re: What are my chances?
« on: October 09, 2008, 08:30:26 AM »
Thank you for your replies. I was MIA for the last 2 weeks and took off time from work for the October LSAT. I was so nervous, and now it's draining the life out of me waiting for the results. I should start working on my apps. I have two letter of recommendations from the professors I was a TA for- one of them being the Director of UG and Graduate Psychology Department of NYU. My major gpa is a 3.83, but I don't think law schools take that into account, do they?
I have 2 other LOR from the COO and Senior VP who I work for directly... I'm not sure how much my occupation (Compliance Analyst for LG) would be considered or weighted in respect to my whole application. I'm really freaking out. I signed up for the December LSAT just in case.
I also have another question- I got my transcripts in last year since I graduated 07 onto my LSAC account. I'm so confused as to whether I have to do that also for LSDAS. If I do, I'm in  screwed because I have to take another day off work! AHHHH! God help me.

Law School Admissions / Re: How much did your GPA change?
« on: October 09, 2008, 08:09:33 AM »
Mine dropped .2 because one of my courses got weighted more. I had two degrees while in NYU undergrad- AA and BA and they somehow made the computation, to my horror, to drop 0.2. I just took the LSAT this month. My UGPA: 3.5 (on LSAC, my major: 3.83).

Law School Admissions / Re: What are my chances?
« on: September 10, 2008, 01:57:18 PM »
Thank you for the kind responses!
I actually took 2 newer tests and I scored 167. Do you think most people do worse on the real thing? I try to position myself in the most uncomfortable and boring areas (public library) for these preptests. I know that the schools show the range of their 25~75% for both GPA and LSAT, but do they calculate this based on which school you went to? For example, if you received a 3.5 from NYU would that be put into consideration versus a candidate from, for example, Depaul who received a 4.0?
170's my goal but i have 3 weeks! hopefully, 3~5 points will come soon enough.

Law School Admissions / Re: What are my chances?
« on: August 21, 2008, 08:02:00 AM »
Thank you! How come you're retaking it?
Which undergraduate school did you attend, if you don't mind my asking?
Congrats on your acceptances. I feel so antsy about the whole process! I'm still scoring around a 168 on my diagnostics.. but I only took about 4. Ugh, so gruesome.

Law School Admissions / What are my chances?
« on: August 20, 2008, 11:45:49 AM »
 I've been on edge about this whole law school application process as the time nears for my first and hopefully only LSAT i'll be taking in October. I graduated from NYU last may and am working as a compliance analyst at LG (insurance sector). What do you think are my chances to get into the top 20~25 schools with a gpa of 3.5 (on LSAC, but with an upward shift since I switched majors-receiving 4.0 after such change). I am getting around mid to high 160s on my practice tests and hopefully will be able to get around 5~10 more points on these until the test date. I also was a undergrad TA in psychology during my senior year of college and decided to take a year off to make sure "law school" was my best career choice.
With what LSAT score should I be confident of securing a seat in schools like: GWU, Notre Dame, U Wash, USC, etc?

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