were u look for a more detailed analysis?
I didn't know Carmen Electra went to Harvard!!
It is really obnoxious how the ten or so people who seem to live their lives posting on this board seem to think that everyone who gets under a 170 is an idiot. There is a reason why the posters on this board always have numbers 168+/3.8+, anyone with lower scores feels inadequate.
Now, I have a 166, and I know that that is 95th percentile, and I know that many of you would have been disappointed with that score. That's fine; however, 95% of the students who took the exam would have loved to get that score, and then thy come on this board trying to seek advice and instead are surrounded by a majority on this board but a clear minority of law school applicants who imply that their scores would be disappointing.
This is not constructive, and the reason I chose this post was because Cooley very well may be an option for many students and they don't need to be ridiculed. I work at the public defender's office (no comments from money-grubbers who think this is only for those who don't do well in law school) and two of the most dedicated, successful attorneys there went to Cooley. They work alongside attorneys from various schools ranging from Syracuse to Fordham (and a Harvard grad retired in the past years).
I think we should support everyone who is actively trying to improve his or her chances of admission by scoping out boards such as these, because those of you lucky enough to have 170s and high GPAs, really don't need much advice or encouragement.