Chances for CCN?

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Chances for CCN?

Postby kidkasparov123 » Tue Mar 05, 2019 11:48 am

4.15 CAS GPA, 169 LSAT, strong softs (scholarships, internships, etc). What are your predictions for Chicago, Columbia, or NYU? Thnx

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Re: Chances for CCN?

Postby BrainsyK » Tue Mar 05, 2019 12:57 pm

In at Chi. 20%-30% Columbia--100% if ED. In at NYU. Outside shot at S and H. Your softs aren't strong unless that scholarship is a Rhodes or something.

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Re: Chances for CCN?

Postby kidkasparov123 » Tue Mar 05, 2019 2:31 pm

Thanks for responding. What do you base your judgement on? Thanks again

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Re: Chances for CCN?

Postby BrainsyK » Tue Mar 05, 2019 2:50 pm

kidkasparov123 wrote:Thanks for responding. What do you base your judgement on? Thanks again


https://mylsn.info/umjhbx/

The judgment of your soft is just based on a history of seeing what most consider to be strong softs on this forum and the average caliber of softs my classmates have.

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Re: Chances for CCN?

Postby Wild Card » Tue Mar 05, 2019 3:18 pm

I think Rhodes and Marshall are strong softs, as well as work experience at bulge bracket investment banks or MBB consulting firms.

You might get into NYU but you should be SOL for CC.

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Re: Chances for CCN?

Postby Wubbles » Tue Mar 05, 2019 3:41 pm

Wild Card wrote:I think Rhodes and Marshall are strong softs, as well as work experience at bulge bracket investment banks or MBB consulting firms.

You might get into NYU but you should be SOL for CC.

OP is a near shoe in for Chicago (I'll concede nearly no chance at Columbia). Chicago accepts most students with a 3.9 or higher if they have at least a 166. That's how they maintain their high GPA median. With a 169 OP is pretty safe for Chicago with probably their nominal 5k per year scholarship



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