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By Shitakirimusume (Shitakirimusume) on Wednesday, September 24, 2003 - 10:49 pm: Edit

By Brad Dobeck, Esq.
President, PrelawAdvisor.com
(formerly Prelaw Advisor, MBNA Career Education Center, Georgetown University)
April 2003

This table represents a current estimate of the GPA and LSAT score at which a law school is likely to accept an applicant from Georgetown University (the "Yes-Point").



Rank Law School GPA LSAT
1 Yale 3.9 171
1 Stanford 3.8+ 168
2 Harvard 3.8+ 170
3 Columbia 3.7 169+
3 NYU 3.65+ 170
3 Chicago 3.6+ 169
4 Berkeley 3.75+ 165+
5 Georgetown (day program) 3.6+ 167+
6 Virginia (non-residents) 3.6+ 166+
6 Northwestern 3.5 167
6 Duke 3.5+ 166+
6 Michigan 3.6 165+
7 Virginia (legal residents) 3.5+ 165+
7 Cornell 3.6+ 165
7 Penn 3.5+ 166+
7 UCLA 3.6+ 164+
8 USC 3.5+ 164+
8 Washington & Lee 3.5 164+
8 Georgetown (night program) 3.4+ 163+
9 Vanderbilt 3.6 163
9 Texas 3.6 162+
9 University of Washington 3.6 162+
9 Minnesota 3.6 162+
9 University of Colorado 3.6 162
9 Fordham 3.5 164
9 Notre Dame 3.5+ 163
9 George Washington 3.5 163
9 Boston College 3.5+ 162+
9 William & Mary 3.4+ 163
9 Boston University 3.3+ 164
9 Emory 3.5 162+
9 Washington University 3.4+ 163
10 UNC-Chapel Hill 3.5+ 160
10 George Mason University 3.4+ 161
10 University of Illinois 3.3+ 161
10 University of Connecticut 3.4+ 160
11 University of Utah 3.5+ 158+
11 American University 3.4+ 158
11 Tulane 3.4 158+

By Shitakirimusume (Shitakirimusume) on Thursday, September 25, 2003 - 07:48 pm: Edit

And this is from 2003 stat.

Subject: http://www1.law.ucla.edu/~admissions/


UCLA @Law School

Statistics for Class Enrolled for Fall 2003

Applicants: 7,286

Admits: 964

Enrolled: 308

Academic Information (in percentiles): 25th, 50th, 75th

GPA: 3.51, 3.68, 3.83

LSAT: 162, 166, 168

Gender:

Female: 49%

Male: 51%

In addition to grades and test scores, UCLA considers many other attributes. For some of these attributes, please refer to our Admissions Policy.


California Residents: 71%

Non-Residents: 29%

Geographic distribution: Approximately 100 undergraduate schools represented nationwide; the top represented schools by number of students enrolled for Fall 2002 are: UCLA, UC Berkeley, Stanford, UC San Diego, University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown University, Pomona College, Northwestern University, Yale, University of Southern California, Cornell University, Dartmouth College and Duke University.

By Shitakirimusume (Shitakirimusume) on Thursday, September 25, 2003 - 07:52 pm: Edit

with gpa 6.8 lsat, 166 UCLA is now Top 10 school
as far as difficulty to get in.

By Cmaher (Cmaher) on Friday, September 26, 2003 - 02:56 am: Edit

UCLA is better than Harvard.

By That1aznguy (That1aznguy) on Sunday, September 28, 2003 - 04:25 am: Edit

I totally agree Cmaher! U.C Los angeles is a very good school (Biased opinion since my whole family except me went there)


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