I'm of the very low GPA variety; I'm very hopeful of a high LSAT, and have PT'd multiple times as high as 168.Does anyone have any insight as to how much being 5+ years out of undergrad helps soften the blow of accumulating a poor GPA back then?
awkward follows you like a beer chasing a shot of tequila.
I don't know about all that. I got in only to schools where the calculator gave me a decent shot, and I have a looooooooong work record.It's a numbers game unless you cured cancer or are a very unbalanced splitter.
Just wondering if the calculator where you enter your GPA and LSAT score on the LSAC website has proven to be pretty accurate in predicting schools' admission decisions?I just want to know how well I can rely on that resource in determining what schools I have a realistic shot at when I decide on where to apply.