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Law School

  1. Sep 2, 2008 #1
    I'm going to be a 3rd year at the University of Chicago. I am an economics major with a concentration in mathematics. I am interested in applying to law school.

    Right now, I have a 3.48 GPA, I have no idea what my LSAT scores will be (thought I imagine they will be on the higher side). I am also Hispanic, so I have under-represented-minority status.

    Anyone have any advice as to where I could get in, how high my LSAT scores have to be, how much I have to raise my GPA, etc. I want to get into a good law school, but I'm not really sure of what my chances are.

    Thanks!
    -Mr Roboto
     
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  3. Sep 3, 2008 #2
    Try Northwestern University
     
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