So I just got my June LSAT scores back, 165. Not as high as I would have liked, but I can't really complain about 93rd percentile. Anyway, now the problem arises as to how much reaching I should do. My stats are-
LSAT - 165
GPA - 3.82 overall, (4.0 Major Sociology, 3.6 Major Poli Sci)
Extracuricular - President of Mock Trial Team, significant undergrad law course work, multiple merit scholarships from undergrad, positions in various other organizations
Now, I've been doing my research, and based on LSAT and GPA alone I have 10-40% chances at Top 14 schools (my #1, UMICH, is 33%). As for the rest, around 60-80% chance at Top 25 schools (UofIL,UofIA,WASHU), and then my safety school (probably Chi-Kent).
The question is, how much reaching should I do? I know enough not to apply to Yale, Harvard, and the other supra-elites, since I'm a pretty basic white guy from the midwest, but should I take 2-4 stabs at places like UMICH, Georgetown, Duke, etc.?