Hey everyone... i was wondering if u all could give me opinions on where i might be able to get in based on my scores... my gpa is 3.62 UGPA 3.59 converted... but my horrible lsat turned out 152 53%ile. I have strong LORS and a really good personal statement. After looking up most schools in LSN, I noticed numbers like 154 and 155 but with subpar GPAS... does this mean with my GPA they might accept the lower LSAT score? Like if my LSAT falls below the 25% but my GPA is above the 75% does that give me a fair shot? Obvioulsy its diff for each school but in general i am wondering.
My list of schools so far is, Full time or part time for SHU, Rutgers Newark, and Rutgers Camden. Then full time for NYLS, Qunnipiac, Albany, American, Catholic, Peirce, Hofstra, Syracuse, Vermont, Widener, nova, UF, FSU, UBuffalo etc... I know its a long list, but do you guys think I have a decent shot at some of them? I know there are quite a few of reaches on there. Ideally I would love to just go to SHU or Rutgers and stay in Jersey where I reside.
I really am not confident with taking the LSAT again, bc my pretesting ranged between 151-158... so wht do u guys think? any feedback or advice? thanks!