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« on: November 03, 2007, 09:27:32 PM »
The whole LSAT/application process thing sucked up most of my time these last two months and for the first time in my life I've gotten behind in school. But now that my applications are in, I'm having a hard time staying motivated. Anyone else in this same boat?
I'm applying early decision to Georgetown with a 3.9, but I only got a 166 on the LSAT. I'm not confident my score would increase enough to justify retaking it (although I have scored higher on practice tests). I'm confident about my recommendations, PS & extracurriculars, and I also did a group interview with their admissions rep at my school, which I think went well. What do you guys think? Decent shot?
Thanks, that was helpful. I'm leaning towards sticking with this score. It can get me into several schools I'd be happy going to, and if I play my cards right and am a little lucky, maybe a few I'd be VERY happy going to... I don't think it's worth it to put myself through so much stress again for what would probably be only a few points.
I was scoring between 170-175 on my last practice tests, but I got a 166. I feel like it's JUST low enough to be really disappointing, but not low enough to retake... what do you guys think? I have a 3.9 at BU too.