I'm not asking this question to be a male private part or anything, but how are things working out with career services? That made me very nervous last year.
You apply, get accepted, get 75k. You write, very frankly, that Emory is honestly your top pick even though you are aware you can get into a T10 school and you know that people with lower scores got more money than you and you just want to be equal and plan to attend if that is the case.
Uh huh, I figured some of you were here with an Emory questions thread. I am wondering who Number81 is though...I'm betting I know but had no idea you were on LSD.I have nothing useful to add for the 0L's, sorry. heh.Oh, wait, I can add something. I love my professors, seriously. I have a few complaints (most of them voiced already) but definitely not with the professors or the courses. Overall, I'm loving Emory.Also, a rather high percentage of our class were non-trads, most having worked 1-2 years for congressmen or as paralegals, that sort of thing.And Emory is not a southern school, not at all.
So now we've got like half of our Civ Pro class in the same thread. Classy, Emory.
I remembered [captain] posting on here last year. I'm trying to figure out who you are!
Quote from: isustudent on October 07, 2008, 03:47:20 PMWhat are the scholarship cutoffs?It's going to change every year, and the GPA/LSAT scores are most likely going to go up a little every year.Last year, with only a very few exceptions, it went:165-166, 3.5-3.75 = $90k165-166, 3.75+ = $96k167+, >3.5 = $75k167=, <3.5 = Accept165-166, <3.5 = Accept>164 = RejectThis doesn't count URMs. Things are more volatile for them and soft factors seem to be more important. I think there's a few people that got in with 155 and a good GPA, but I'd say you need a 159 to be pretty confident. Most URMs got a $54k scholarship.And yeah, some of that seems a little counter-intuitive. They obviously played the "boost our medians" game, although I'm not sure how much of an effect this had on our 25-75 rankings. Also, before someone asks, I don't know much about this year's numbers other than that our median GPA is about 3.55 and LSAT is "92%" (my LSAT was 166 and I was 93%, FWIW).
What are the scholarship cutoffs?