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### AuthorTopic: My chances relative to some one with slightly higher GPA  (Read 1279 times)

#### the scientist

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##### My chances relative to some one with slightly higher GPA
« on: February 08, 2005, 10:22:37 PM »
How many more points do i need (with a 3.66 GPA)on LSAT to equal my chances  against a person with a 4.1 GPA.

#### gentoo

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##### Re: My chances relative to some one with slightly higher GPA
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2005, 10:35:51 PM »
Depends on what school you're talking about and the other candidate's LSAT.
Pending: Whittier (PT + FT)

#### the scientist

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##### Re: My chances relative to some one with slightly higher GPA
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2005, 10:41:03 PM »
lets say if we apply to the same schools , what higher score do i need on LSAT to keep my chances equal to the someone with 4.1 GPA.
can the chances for both get equal if i score 150 (with 3.66 GPA)  and somone else (with 4.1 GPA) score 147 on LSAT.

#### jayhawk

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##### Re: My chances relative to some one with slightly higher GPA
« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2005, 10:46:15 PM »
i think the general consensus is that 1 lsat point is equivalent to .1 gpa.  but that of course varies depending on the school, how high the lsat scores are, and other factors.

now i have a question for you:  why is this on "LSAT horror stories"?

#### the scientist

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##### Re: My chances relative to some one with slightly higher GPA
« Reply #4 on: February 08, 2005, 11:28:12 PM »
i think the general consensus is that 1 lsat point is equivalent to .1 gpa.  but that of course varies depending on the school, how high the lsat scores are, and other factors.

now i have a question for you:  why is this on "LSAT horror stories"?

so are you saying i need to get 5 points more than the other person to keep my chances equal for any law school.

about your question: I dont know why is it on LSAT horror stories..