Don't you people have anything better to do with your time than to post in this thread that I started just to get some friggin advice?
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Your mind has just been blown? Imagine how Lindbergh is feeling about now.
Your SAT score predicts an LSAT score of around 175 (provided you prep well), so you should be good at most schools, except HYS, which have even higher GPA requirements.
However, you really have to take the exam before you really know.So I just discovered the board and was wondering what are my chances of getting into a good law school. I'm at an East coast all girls college and currently have a 3.5. It would be a 3.65 but things got a little dicey for me last semester. Married men are off limits; lesson learned!
I haven't taken the LSAT yet but I scored a 1540 on my SATs, so I'm pretty good at standardized tests. (The old SAT, btw).
Third, if her boyfriend is in fact an adcomm officer, it wouldn't be that big a stretch of the imagination that he would somehow slip in her file before it was complete.
No wonder we have a reputation for being mean, judgmental, and unhelpful.
This is a joke... right?
My boyfriend is an admissions officer at a top law school. I was accepted there even though I haven't taken the LSAT yet, do you think I got special treatment?
Which law school?
I don't know about law school, but I have a friend who is going to a lower tier med school and was guaranteed admission without having to take the MCAT. But in that situation, she had done an internship with them. Did you get it on merit, or simply because you have connections?