« on: July 28, 2010, 07:52:18 AM »
Good note, Jamie. I think I need to get off the fence of being both PA and So Cal, and need to commit to So Cal. Definitely understand it's hard to predict without a hard LSAT score, but I've taken enough timed tests by now (twenty or so) and was modest enough in my score that I'd wager very highly I score within a few points of a 167.
The problem seems to be that in So Cal there are either very easy to get into schools with my scores or others where I'd be anywhere from 25th to 50th percentile.
If you're deciding between two regions, I don't think there's a problem with applying to schools in both of those regions. Once you hear back, you might be able to make a better decision (maybe you get into better schools in one region and that sways your decision, or maybe you realize the schools you got into in a region would be a bad investment, or whatever may happen).