lol, ill ship them a few rocks to put in their pipes if itll get us in somewhere good.
take a look at the users on lawschoolnumbers with the high lsat/low gpa split. many of them were accepted to top schools all the way up to columbia.
Quote from: nlyang on December 24, 2004, 08:23:57 PMtake a look at the users on lawschoolnumbers with the high lsat/low gpa split. many of them were accepted to top schools all the way up to columbia. Reading LSN graphs is like riding a rollercoaster for me. First I'll see that a T14 hasn't rejected anyone with an LSAT score as high as mine. Yay! Then I'll see that they haven't accepted anyone with a GPA as low as mine. Oh no! Then I realize that nobody with an LSAT as high as mine AND a GPA as low as mine has applied. Great. Your graphs are worthless.
What law schools take into account the reputation of your undergraduate institution? How much does it matter? I have a split- 2.9 gpa and I took one practice LSAT that was between 160-165. B.A. from the University of Virginia.I have 4 years excellent work experience. Should I work longer before applying