http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com/fratguy473SLU is in the lead... but a waitlist coming through or scholarship could change it easily.
Georgetown-PT, 3.3/164I am beside myself.Edit: I'm not an URM.
Quote from: jpiesel44 on March 06, 2009, 12:02:50 AMGeorgetown-PT, 3.3/164I am beside myself.Edit: I'm not an URM.Congrats, but I would caution you...don't be so shocked about this. Your numbers are actually very solid; 84% +/- LSAT is nothing to sneeze at. And your score band puts you in the 161-167 range. That's what schools are supposed to be looking at. If you took the test more than once, improving your score, or gave schools another reason to be really optomistic about your potential, a school might see you as a 167. And what was your major, and from what school? Did your grades trend upward? Your softs obviously made a difference, or your essays were off the hook. It happens more often than white applicants think. I keep telling them, but they don't believe me. If schools are doing what they claim to be doing, they are admitting white students with lower numbers every year. But when i advise posters to go ahead and apply to top schools, other white posters jump all over me, saying I don't know what I am talking about. I know exactly what I am talking about. I would have told you not to be shocked if you got in.