I applied this year to Wake and was waitlisted with a 3.8 and a 161 LSAT. While in the past, these stats would have landed me a spot, it seems that 162 was the cutoff this year for outright admissions. They called me a few weeks ago and asked me if I had any plans for next year. I told them I already planned on attending somewhere else and to withdraw my app. Based on others experiences, I'm assuming that they were going to offer me a spot with that phone call had I not told them that I had already planned on attending school elsewhere. But if you really want to be sure, you should try to get your LSAT to 163 or above in order to avoid a waiting game. Wake, based on LSN, appears to be a strictly by-the-numbers school. Good luck.