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From what I've read, your UG institution doesn't really make a difference. However, getting a high LSAT score does. That's how adcomms discriminate between the applicant who earned a 4.0 at StateU and the applicant who earned a 3.5 at Haaaahvard. So don't add anything to your GPA. You should just wear a Princeton shirt every day from now until you get a job.
« on: November 07, 2004, 12:25:15 PM »
so scores really weren't in multiples of 10 back then?
The poster said the scores were recentered in 1994, three years AFTER Zack and Jessie had taken them. Also, Zack got a 1502 while Jessie got a 1200, not a 1500.