anyone know about the process for transfering to a law school? As far as what they look at, what gpa they would want from law school, how much weight is given to LSAT and undergrad grades?
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Reviews, Visits, and Rankings / Re: Cleveland Marshall anyone? Any opinons between CSU and Case Western?« on: November 07, 2006, 11:53:17 AM »
« on: November 07, 2006, 09:16:27 AM »
Maybe you should call LSAC again, my understanding was that you actually get to see what they send to the schools (why shouldn't you? Your the one paying for it) so I can't see why they would go through all the trouble to put the pdf online and then all the trouble to put on future test dates later before they sent it to schools. I mean, its not secretive, you know if you registered, so why hide it? It just doesn't make sense. You should call LSAC again because I bet someone else would give you a different answer. I think Brian must have been confused...
Ooops just saw that your reptaking in Feb. or June you say? I would say take Feb! In June they start that new RC for the first time, not sure if it will be easier or harder, but anything new on a test like this would weird me out. So just keep that in mind! And then apply as close to Sept. as you can! Good Luck!
I'm not sure of the rest, but I'd say detroit-mercy is almost a hole in one, Dayton a really good shot too. Your score is respectable for a t3 t4 definitely. I just talked to an admissions counselor a couple weeks ago for Cleveland Marshall (t3) and she said with my gpa (3.71- so nearly identical) that I would only need like a 151, 152 to get in. So your chances are looking great. Just apply as early as you can to give yourself that extra boost.
Hi, I'm wondering if you got results from using the Kaplan series. If so, how big of an improvement did you notice in your LSAT scores. I'm going to be looking for study materials on half.com soon, so if you post yours, I might just buy them. Thanks!
I improved 10 points with kaplan from my Sept. lsat score last year- and was practicing at 16 points higher.
case is free to apply to. those fees add up quickly.
You from the area? Where are you applying? I am sort of rallying all the Cleveland law school applicants. I want allies when I go in! lol.