« on: December 03, 2005, 03:47:03 PM »
I want to attend Wayne State Law School next year. My GPA is a 3.87, plus I have a nice academic and career resume of scholarships, honor society memberships, and an officer's position in my school's economics club. My practice LSAT scores are around the 156-158 range, which is the upper bound for their acceptance range. The problem is that I'm not taking the actual LSAT until February of 06, which is right near the deadline. The LSAC calculator calculates my chances of getting accepted to be 90-100%, but with the way rolling admissions works I'm really fearing that I couldn't get in even if I had a 180. How much of an issue is this likely to become?