« on: January 19, 2006, 01:27:25 AM »
Hopefully he'll see this thread... since he's a guest I can't pm him
Messages - Evolve
« on: January 19, 2006, 12:44:04 AM »
Really? I understoand that the LSAT was weighted more heavily than GPA, but my GPA is ridiculously low. If that's the case, and I am looking at putting out around six or seven applications, do you have any suggestions for schools I might want to take a closer look at in the lower first tier or second tier?
« on: January 19, 2006, 12:19:19 AM »
So I've wrapped up everything for LSDAS, I'm graduating in the spring, and all I have left to do is to apply... but where can I realistically expect to have a shot at acceptance?
My undergraduate GPA is a horrendous 2.4 (will be a little over 2.6 when at the time of my graduation) while my LSAT score is an above average 170 and I am extremely worried that if I don't choose my colleges carefully then I can look forward to delivery pizza for the next several years. Obviously I'll be ignoring first tier schools completely, but outside of that I don't know where to attempt. The Boston College calculator doesn't even guage people with scores like mine and I can't help but feel the predictor on the LSAC site is a bit misleading (according to which I have over a 90% chance at many second tier schools). I don't expect financial aid, but I'd like to go to the best school that will have me. Long story short, do any of you have any recommendations as to where I ought to apply (that is, if I should even bother)?