pretzeltime wrote:Kopetz wrote:ponderingmeerkat wrote:Kopetz wrote:Checking in. Financial and time commitments aside, is there a downside to applying to lots of schools? I've got 27 on my list at the moment.
I think the standard advice is to apply as broadly as possible dude. Hustle for those waivers to reduce costs, but come scholly negotiation time, you'll be glad you can play Emory off GW off Vandy (or whatever your planned outcome might be).
That was my thinking too. I've got almost everything in the t25, plus a few safeties in former hometowns. It looks like service waivers will save me 700-900 dollars this application cycle, which is great.
didn't you slay the LSAT? doesn't seem necessary unless your GPA is super low. but do you.
can i pinch?
My uGPA is indeed super low. Little peench, but only if you can peench some sense into my 18 year old self.