My bf's roomate got into USC and I think he was waitlisted at UCLA. I'm not absolutely sure about his numbers. So, I'm just guessing. He (my bf's roommate) graduated from UC Berkeley with around a 3.5. He took his LSAT twice, I think it averaged around 165 or a little higher. I'm sorry, I know that doesn't help much. He eventually got into UPenn and that's where he's at right now.
And don't worry He got rejected from school after school. At one point he was choosing between Hastings or USC. Then, out of nowhere, he got into UPenn.
I also got rejected from one school after another (first Columbia, then Michigan, then Stanford, then Fordham!?!?), then I got into my first choice school (Boalt). So, go figure. There are so many qualified applicants applying that law schools have to figure out who stands apart from all the highly qualified applicants. I can only imagine how competitive it's going to be next year, since the economy doesn't look like it's getting any better (regardless of what Greenspan says).
Goodluck to you!
I guess there is comfort in knowing that I am not alone.
Cal4ever, did your boyfriend's roommate receive positive news from those schools. Do you know what his numbers were?
Thanks everyone & good luck. Hope to see you all on campus whereever it may be in August.