Given these choices, what kind of scores SHOULD I have? (I won't tell you my actual scores) high 160s/low 170sAny softs that would help? (I won't tell you what I have either) be a URM
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So I'm trying to come up with a short (but actually kind of long) list of law schools and it's a problem. First, the list, then a couple of question.Reach SchoolsUVANorthwesternGeorgetownCornellDukeMid RangeVanderbiltGeorgiaGeorge WashingtonEmory?SafetyTennesseeAlabamaLoyola Chicago/DePaul?DesperateSamfordHow does this look if I want to practice in either 1. Chicago, 2. Atlanta, or 3. DC?Given these choices, what kind of scores SHOULD I have? (I won't tell you my actual scores)Any softs that would help? (I won't tell you what I have either)Information: Junior at Auburn University (Alabama), femaleThanks!
i just wanted some input on basic LSAT and GPA before you saw what i have, given my list. my current GPA is 3.68 but it will probably end up around a 3.6 when i start applying. i haven't taken the LSAT but my Kaplan official practice (which is made of all real LSAT questions) was a 160, so that's a pretty good cold score to be working with. i'm aiming 170.softs...i will be writing an honors thesis, i've studied abroad, and i'm probably TOO involved. next summer i will be doing the freshman orientation program at auburn which is actually a pretty big deal (not saying i'm a big deal, i just don't want you to underestimate how much i could talk that experience up). otherwise i'm a straight white girl with both parents alive. nothing too interesting...left-handed! i'm sure that will help SO much besides the reaches, would the atlanta market be generally safe with vandy and UGA? and could i possibly go chicago with vandy?