174/ 3.92 Chances at Half to Full Tuition?

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174/ 3.92 Chances at Half to Full Tuition?

Postby hepzibae » Fri Dec 22, 2017 11:56 pm

Hello all!
Thanks to the LSAT Prep forum I just got a 174 on my LSAT. I have a 3.92 GPA. No URM. Not great softs (a few politics internships).
This is great because I really want to attend Penn or NYU, although I'm open to other schools in T14.
Can anyone point me to (or specifically state) my odds at getting ~half tuition + offers from these schools?

Thanks!

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Re: 174/ 3.92 Chances at Half to Full Tuition?

Postby Rigo » Sat Dec 23, 2017 12:52 am

You should apply to the entire T13, and you will be in the running for a full ride at all of them (Penn and NYU included, if you avoid being yield protected at Penn).
You're in Hamilton and Ruby territory.

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Re: 174/ 3.92 Chances at Half to Full Tuition?

Postby hepzibae » Sun Dec 24, 2017 10:27 pm

Rigo wrote:You should apply to the entire T13, and you will be in the running for a full ride at all of them (Penn and NYU included, if you avoid being yield protected at Penn).
You're in Hamilton and Ruby territory.


Man! Penn is my top choice! I worked so hard on the LSAT to get in! Any tips to avoid that?

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Re: 174/ 3.92 Chances at Half to Full Tuition?

Postby Rigo » Sun Dec 24, 2017 10:30 pm

hepzibae wrote:
Rigo wrote:You should apply to the entire T13, and you will be in the running for a full ride at all of them (Penn and NYU included, if you avoid being yield protected at Penn).
You're in Hamilton and Ruby territory.


Man! Penn is my top choice! I worked so hard on the LSAT to get in! Any tips to avoid that?

Visit and write a really strong and convincing Why Penn essay.




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