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6/17/06 8:15 PM
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mahuti
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Edited: 17-Jun-06
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All you lawyers out there - what did you score on the LSAT? I'll be taking it in Feb...I was supposed to take it last week but I pushed it back. Where you guys able to complete the entire sections? Or did you end up guessing becase time ran out (if so, about how many completed per section)? Just trying to gauge my progress. thanks
6/21/06 11:05 AM
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RTWu
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Edited: 21-Jun-06
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why don't you just pick up some LSAT books (try 10 real LSATs) and score yourself. Look up average admittance scores for different schools as well as what percentile your score puts you in.
6/23/06 1:50 AM
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Edited: 23-Jun-06
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wait... your talking the test in Feb. are you applying for law school in the fall of 2007 or 2008?
7/22/06 10:01 AM
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P.V.Jena
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Edited: 22-Jul-06
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http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com/ is an excellent resource for statistical information like that. I believe many people preparing for the LSAT join it, give their scores/GPA, other people analyze it and such. It helped my roommate last year with 174LSAT 3.9GPA Pol Sci History double major get over the fact that he didnt get into Harvard/Yale/ after seeing other monster numbers. He's at NYU now so he worked out okay.
7/25/06 1:23 AM
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P.V.Jena
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Edited: 25-Jul-06
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8/3/06 5:03 PM
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Edited: 03-Aug-06
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8/23/06 11:36 AM
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P.V.Jena
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Edited: 24-Aug-06 01:31 PM
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He must have applied to Stanford though I'm not sure. And it was a small liberal arts school, top 50 but barely. IWU
2/8/07 12:30 AM
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Edited: 08-Feb-07
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3/26/07 12:03 PM
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Tommy Gunnz
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Edited: 26-Mar-07
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if you want to get into law school how important is your undergrad GPA if you do well on the LSAT?
4/1/07 4:42 PM
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P.V.Jena
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Edited: 01-Apr-07
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www.lawschoolnumbers.com look up a school for a given year and it'll give you a plot of the GPA and GRE of admitted students. For top schools, almost every accepted applicant is between 3.7-4 GPA and 170-180 LSAT.

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