I have a pretty decent lsat: 169. But I am not a US citizen. English is not my native language either.
Somebody just told me schools will strongly prefer US citizens. Is that true?
Although my undergraduate degree is from overseas, I have the highest graduate degree in Computer Science from US. Since I have been here for more than four years, my English is fluent.
But just the idea that being a non-citizen can hurt me chance really makes me uncomfortable, although I can't say anything to that. Is that true that for a non-citizen to get admitted you have to be better than US applicants or they won't admit you?