But seriously, I would do this:Go to the LSAC calculator and plug in your numbers. Pick reaches where you have roughly a 25-35% chance. Obviously this is not an exact science, make sure you pick at least three safeties. Also, with your numbers you are going to need to consider school location. If you want to practice in Boston, for example, you should go to a Boston area school. If you don't have any preference in terms of where you'd like to practice this may not matter so much.
Location is also somewhat of a factor but I ws thinking about some schools in FL because of the reciprocacy into NY. Heard that from a few people but I'm not sure if thats a solid plan to follow. Doing something like that would obviously be 2nd choice from attending a school in the Northeast but still an option I guess.I guess through the whole process I've become obsessed with the admissions #s and deciding where to apply, with the addage of "you miss 100% of the shots you never take" in the back of my mind which only adds to the uncertainty, lol.
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