« on: July 04, 2008, 01:08:21 PM »
Whenever I get bored I d-dub... still got a long ways to go.
completely f*cked up the LSAT, 169 . GPA: 3.86.
I should probably retake , eh? (was planning on actually going to a good school (i.e. t14) but with that score no chance in hell!?!?)
Agreed, and then the normal kids who mess up in October, take again in December and turn in apps late and end up still deciding in July where they might be going!
156 in Oct. Just got a 164 in June. Big enough improvement to turn down my current acceptance at a local T3 w/ 50% scholarship and apply all over again?
I wasn't very good at LG AT ALL, but eventually they became pretty fun for me. Except on test day.
Oh yeah... that's one of the times you were mean to me - during December's postmortem!
Are testers this obnoxious every year? "ZOMG I only got a 173! Retake in October, I guess." :-|http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,4012070.0.html
Did you srsly retake a 173?
He's already admitted according to his sig. I assume he's just doing it so his tutoring resume is more impressive.
First, thanks so much for your continued help on this board. My query is this: after this summer, I'll have a low cumulative GPA (~3.1). I'm fairly confident I could raise that almost a tenth of a point if I wait to apply until the spring, when my fall grades will factor in. In your experience, is the extra tenth of a point worth forgoing the advantage of applying early? I've taken the June LSAT, so if I do apply in the fall I'll have everything ready to go the day schools start accepting applications.
My inclination is that applying early is more of an advantage than that extra GPA bump, especially since I'm under the 25th GPA percentile (but hopefully above the 75th LSAT percentile) for all of the schools I'm applying to.