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masterwayne
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Law after MBA

Postby masterwayne » Sat Dec 30, 2017 6:56 am

Hey all,
I am 27 years old, Indian, mechanical engineering graduate and currently enrolled in a 1 year MBA program, majoring in marketing and minors in analytics and strategy. I have worked as a production and quality control engineer for 3.5 years and I will be done with my MBA by April.
My query is regarding pursuing law. Given my profile, what chances do I have in getting admitted to a T14 law school. What impact will my MBA have in the admissions?

UG (2009-13) percentage is 73% (no GPA provided by the university)
MBA (2017-18) GPA is around 3.5 (2 terms to go)
I am yet to give the LSAT and I am planning for a 2019 admit.

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Barack O'Drama
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Re: Law after MBA

Postby Barack O'Drama » Sat Dec 30, 2017 7:07 am

masterwayne wrote:Hey all,
I am 27 years old, Indian, mechanical engineering graduate and currently enrolled in a 1 year MBA program, majoring in marketing and minors in analytics and strategy. I have worked as a production and quality control engineer for 3.5 years and I will be done with my MBA by April.
My query is regarding pursuing law. Given my profile, what chances do I have in getting admitted to a T14 law school. What impact will my MBA have in the admissions?

UG (2009-13) percentage is 73% (no GPA provided by the university)
MBA (2017-18) GPA is around 3.5 (2 terms to go)
I am yet to give the LSAT and I am planning for a 2019 admit.


impossible to say until you have an LSAT or GRE score. With your GPA percentage, you'll likely want to be shooting for a 170+ to have a good chance at the T14.




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