I dont know about the exact amt of points below the average you can "get away with," but Columbia's Dean said in a Los Angeles admitted student event last month that 1 in 5 students at CLS were occupied by international students. So they are making an effort to diversify their classes not only amongst US minority groups - but to include students from around the globe. I thought that was pretty cool...Maybe bad news for US applicants though...that means there are techincally only about 80% of seats really up for grabs in any given year.
The noobs are so into themsleves you'd think they allready have offers at Tool, Tool, feminine hygiene product & Dumbass LLC
That's what I heardyou get more points for being from a underdeveloped country
Quote from: wannabe1 on March 17, 2007, 10:48:01 PMThat's what I heardyou get more points for being from a underdeveloped countryI'm not sure if Korea would count as a underdeveloped country. Maybe it's not. but it's still not yet a first-rate advanced country, either. I was mentioning affirmative action for a person like me cause it's still very rare people straight from Korea get into law schools in the US. But, considering US and Korea are doing a lot in terms of trade, M&A and stuff, I guess US law schools have incentives to accept more Koreans. That's why I was thinking maybe law schools may have affirmative actions for a person like me.
2. you must define rareI have seen many Korean students applying for LS3. what does M&A or FTA has got to do with all this?I am quite certain there is no AA for Koreans