Minnesota invite email despite bombing on the LSAT (156). What's up with that, do they just send one to everyone?
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LSAT: 156, will be retaking in September
LOR'S: haven't asked for them yet, but they should be standard to good.
WE/EC: Some interesting work experience, worked at a film studio for a year, teaching English in Korea for a year.
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« on: July 14, 2007, 03:57:42 PM »
I'm in a pretty similar spot. I got a 156 despite being in abot the 160 practice test range and I wasn't happy about it. I really didn't have much time to prepare for it though (graduated at the end of May and I was very busy wiith finishing up school so I only had a little over a week to study). I'm retaking in September. If I am able to pull it up to the low 160's then a lot more options are opened up it seems.
Soome schools in big city's to look at in the low T1 or T2 range are: University of Houston, American, Catholic U., Maryland, St. Louis, Marquette, SMU, Loyola (Chicago), Tulane. I don't really know what good schools care a lot about "soft" factors. I get the sense Wisconsin does.