I've got my fingers crossed for both of us.
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I know, that's what I thought. I don't think she is a URM. She hasn't mentioned it on any of her posts, and she is not on LSN. Now I'm really going to be dissapointed if my 3.6/162 can't swing me in PT.
A part-timer on TLS got accepted today also. She had a 151 LSAT (can't remember the GPA) and some pretty good soft factors.
Someone with a 3.2 index just posted his acceptance (2.61GPA/175LSAT) with a full ride.
« on: January 20, 2007, 04:17:34 PM »
I think the NYC, DC, and Boston schools purposely underestimate those numbers. Nothing against any of the aforementioned cities (I have lived in DC & Boston and loved them both), but I think they know how many prospective students would be turned away each year if they accurately estimated those numbers.
« on: January 20, 2007, 03:57:13 PM »
As a former resident of both Nashville and DC, the cost of living at Vandy is nowhere in the ballpark of DC. Despite what Vandy and GW estimate their living expenses to be, you will spend much less in Nashville than DC.