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Northwestern and UVA are the only schools we could call splitter friendly (again, compared only to the other Top 14 schools), and Columbia, NYU, Penn, Michigan, Duke, and Georgetown all fall on the friendly side of average.

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Another point: it’s tempting to think that a list of reverse-splitter friendly schools would simply be the negative image of a list of splitter-friendly schools, but this is not necessarily the case. It certainly could be the case that a school is friendly to both splitters and reverse-splitters, and is willing to dip lower on the GPA scale to snag high-LSAT candidates …

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a high lsat and low gpa is a splitter. A low lsat and high GPA is a reverse splitter. Different schools would favor each type. WUSTL is splitter friendly and I have heard that Northwestern is as well if you have work experience. California schools like high GPA's so maybe are a little more friendly to reverse splitters? Not real sure. Top. bk1 Posts: 20064 …

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The most affordable school of law in the U.S. Elder Law Clinic, Juvenile Law Clinic, Low-income Taxpayer Clinic, and Mediation Clinic. In 2022, the school was ranked 147th to 193rd in the U.S. News and World Report law school rankings. 2. University of South Dakota. Annual tuition: $11,620. The University of South Dakota Knudson School of Law is an ABA …

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Calling all super splitters! Rowdy, Hennessy, and I are working on a guide for splitters. Part of that will include a list of splitter-friendly schools. We are but three applicants, of course, so our list won't be exhaustive. For these purposes, we want folks with at least a 168 LSAT and a GPA under 3.4.

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Attending law school full time isn't cheap. On average, law school students paid $50,512 in tuition and fees for the 2019-2020 academic year to attend a private, out-of-state school, according to

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CUNY School of Law is one of the most low-cost law schools in the country. This school offers a variety of experiential learning opportunities while providing students with the chance to specialize in their field of choice.

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Don’t only apply to schools that seem “splitter friendly”. 3. Reply. Share. Report Save Follow. level 1 · 4 yr. ago. Find the range of schools where your actual LSAT score is >=75th percentile, and apply to a large subset based on geography and other preferences. 0. Reply. Share. Report Save Follow. More posts from the lawschooladmissions community. 324. Posted by 7 days …

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The relationship of numbers to Law school admissions decisions seem to give off a strange facade of something approaching "objectivity" when in reality there are a number of issues (of which law schools are well aware). However, if one indulges the thought that it is a facade, one has to ask difficult questions about how to do betterin the end, it probably is an …

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1. 2017 Defending Champion – Western Michigan University Thomas Cooley! Once again, Cooley tops the bottom 10 list, but this year there is a twist. Last fall, the ABA found that Cooley was out

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I just took the December LSAT, so hopefully I get a higher score and become a real splitter for the rest of the schools I applied for. 2. level 1. VA0830. · 4y. HLS '21. At or above 75th LSAT and below 25th GPA at all top 10 and I'm in at 4 so far + Georgetown and Vandy. Worried about that scholarship money thoughhh.

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Super Splitter looking for law schools. So I am a student studying in biology general [no specific additions], and have a dysmal gpa [2.5], but a good LSAT score [165]. I was wondering what schools are both budget and splitter friendly.

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A splitter is what we call a law school applicant that has a high LSAT, but a relatively low GPA to go with it. In terms of how we define “low” and “high”, a high LSAT, for example, would be over the 75th percentile for a school. For an example, let’s look at UChicago’s admissions profile: For The University of Chicago, someone with

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Can i become a law splitter with a low gpa?

If you have a low GPA, you should aim to become a splitter with an LSAT performance well above the target school’s 75 th percentile. It’s worth spending more time preparing for the test than you otherwise might in order to increase your chances of getting into a law school with a low GPA.

Which schools are the most splitter friendly?

Northwestern and UVA are the only schools we could call splitter friendly (again, compared only to the other Top 14 schools), and Columbia, NYU, Penn, Michigan, Duke, and Georgetown all fall on the friendly side of average.

What are the cheapest law schools to attend?

University of North Dakota has the lowest annual tuition among the 20 cheapest law schools on this list. Even out-of-state students pay about average tuition at $25,423 per year. That gives University of North Dakota School of Law graduates the sixth-lowest student law school debt in this study. However,...

Which law schools have the lowest student debt?

The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law has the lowest rate of student debt of any law school in the top 20. Just 62% of graduates leave with law school loans.

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