« on: July 02, 2009, 02:23:16 PM »
Yeah, I think the key for scholarships is to be in the top 75% of a school's LSAT/GPA range, right?
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A friend of mine who is also a 166/4.0 from an Ivy got into Penn this past cycle. She also got WLd at HLS and CLS. I know she was really frustrated with her cycle as it was progressing, but is pretty thrilled to be in at Penn.
Thanks for the advice, this was my first time taking. I was consistently practicing testing in the 170's but completely choked on the June 09's games section. I cant' stand the prospect of having to study another few weeks for the LSAT, but maybe I'll just suck it up and do it. Assuming scholarship money isn't of that much concern, do you thinking Berkley or NYU ed are possibilities though?
Do you mean you got in for fall 2009? And, may I ask, what was your score? I am pretty bummed about mine...but it was in the top 87th for some strange reason.