Does Harvard admit NORMAL people, not unless by normal you mean 3.75 gpa + 170 LSAT.
What I mean by "normal" is that I'm not a world-ranked athlete nor a famous musician, ect. I'm just a normal personI'm not in university yet. but just wondering, What stats, EC should some normal persons like me have in order to get into Harvard?
Do you guys think a 3.94 (post LSDAS conversion) is given the same weight between American schools and Canadian schools? At Harvard UG, for example, I recall that at one time 50% of students had 4.0 averages upon graduation. At my school (Queen's) most of my classes have averages in the low 60's range, and only about 5-10% of students are in the A/A+ range. Despite those differences, I sometimes worry that Harvard, or other highly ranked law schools, will look down on my GPA.My opinion, which is completely based off uneducated assumptions , is that if you have a high GPA from a Canadian school you need to do exceptionally well on the LSAT to show that your GPA is accurately reflects your intelligence. Any thoughts?