« on: December 08, 2006, 08:48:02 AM »
Seems like several people on LSD have a 165 LSAT. Statistically is there a way to find out how many people achieved a 165 on the June '06 LSAT? Curious to see how much competition I'm up against.
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I am a URM (hispanic), and I've heard a lot of good things about HUSL. I noticed that the school is something like 90% African-American, so is it possible that being hispanic may actually hurt my admissions decison? Does the school admit based on race at all? I'm not trying to offend anybody, so I hope it doesn't come off that way, I am just interested in applying there, but I don't want to waste money applying if my chances aren't very good at getting in...(My GPA and LSAT are above the 75th percentiles) Thanks.
Ugh. So I'm a starting to regret not retaking the LSAT. I'm pretty sure that I would go up in score, but at the time, I thought my score was pretty good.
Nonetheless, I'm going to law school next year if I get accepted ANYWHERE. However, I need some advice...
How exactly does one become a Gunner?
At the schools that I've got a shot at, I'm probably going to have to do some gunning to get in position to get a job...
Well, I'm sure we'll be getting some good news in the next week or so. Good luck to everybody!
Just curious, but what's drawing everyone to ND so strongly?
Collegiality is a major-pro for me. I'm not looking for a cutthroat sort of place. Other than that? Its a good school with good career prospects. Good environment, even if South Bend doesn't have the hippest reputation. Oh, and since they're in the Big East, my Villanova Wildcats should be in town at least once during my 3 years.
Mostly the career prospects, and collegiality though.
I'm used to Catholic Schools too, being an 8 year veteran of them, so I'm willing to make it 11 years. I think you get a neat-o certificate after you pass the decade-mark anyway.