« on: December 08, 2008, 06:51:54 PM »
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Uh huh, I figured some of you were here with an Emory questions thread. I am wondering who Number81 is though...I'm betting I know but had no idea you were on LSD.
I have nothing useful to add for the 0L's, sorry. heh.
Oh, wait, I can add something. I love my professors, seriously. I have a few complaints (most of them voiced already) but definitely not with the professors or the courses. Overall, I'm loving Emory.
Also, a rather high percentage of our class were non-trads, most having worked 1-2 years for congressmen or as paralegals, that sort of thing.
And Emory is not a southern school, not at all.
So I got a 157 with close to no prep (ahhh) in October. I've put a deposit down at a school I could do to, and I'm waitlisted where I want to go (this year). But I'm thinking about retaking the LSAT to get into the wait-listed school, and maybe even improve on that.
So since some schools average the scores and everything, what type of score is 'worth' taking another year off? If I get a 160, only 3 points doesn't seem like enough to get me off of a waitlisting or into a new tier of schools, especially when it's going to be averaged. So at what point... 162....165, etc would it, in your opinion, become worth it?
Thanks. If this is vague I can add any information you want/need.
Who's voting for Joey?