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1 hours ago To code an individual applicant as a reverse-splitter, that person had to have a GPA that was above the school’s 75th, and an LSAT below the …

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7 hours ago Successful as a Reverse Splitter. When beginning the law school application process, I was anxious and did not know where to start. After retaining Ann, I had a timeline and plan for meeting deadlines. I believe this organization led to success in my law school admissions cycle. Additionally, Ann’s help with the personal statement process was

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1 hours ago darkgreenfruit wrote: At a good top 10 undergrad and non-URM, chances for these numbers at T14s? 3.64 GPA/ 171 LSAT UVA ED. 3.70 GPA/ 169 LSAT Michigan ED. 3.83 GPA/ 167 LSAT Hope for Cornell. 3.90 GPA/ 165 LSAT UVA ED. On law school predictor: 1st one says UVA consider. 2nd one says Michigan consider.

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1 hours ago Welcome to Law School Success Stories, where we discuss 7Sage applicants who made the most of their GPA and LSAT score. 👤 Who: “Sanjay,” a recent college grad. 📉 GPA: 2.99. Sanjay had applied the previous cycle and been accepted to GW and Fordham with substantial scholarships. During the year since applying, he had taken the LSAT two

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Just Now Reverse Splitter Cycle Recap. Cycle Recap. 3.99 uGPA from a top public school, 167 LSAT (and one cancellation), 1 yr out of undergrad w/ solid softs but nothing fancy. Applied everywhere in early November. Harvard -- WL 3/25, released end of summer. UChicago -- Accepted 1/22, $15k. Columbia (ED)-- WL 12/19, released end of summer.

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4 hours ago Reverse Splitter- How can I determine which schools are reverse splitter friendly? (QUESTION UPDATED) How do you analyze law schools stats to determine which schools are friendly to reverse splitters ( I am attempting to enter a T30).I am what they call a 'reverse splitter' (GPA 3.81 and LSAT score of 155).

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5 hours ago With a minimum LSAT score of 142 and a GPA of 2.90, this law school is one of the easiest in the nation regarding admissions, but know that this school's easy requirements come at a significant price. Tuition and fees for a full-time J.D. program come in about $51,000, which is expensive for the quality of education you'll receive. 4.

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8 hours ago Law schools basically line up their applicants from lowest to highest, and at 25% of the way through their ranks, that is their "25th percentile GPA". So, if their reported GPA is a 3.5, whether you are a 3.2 or a 1.0, will not change what they report- it will still be a 3.5.

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4 hours ago Tools for Super-Splitters. Early in LSL's history, Rowdy, Henny, and I were working on a guide for super-splitters. It was never completed, but I figured I should share some of my tools for this cycle's super-splitters. None of these will tell you where you will get into school, and none of them will tell you where you might get money, but they

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4 hours ago 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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7 hours ago Super Reverse Splitter. In contrast, this splitter has a very low LSAT score and very high GPA, such as a 147 LSAT score and a 3.9 GPA. Getting into Law Schools as a Splitter. An additional factor in the process is that some …

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3 hours ago A common obstacle for law school applicants is how to overcome being a “splitter”. A splitter is an applicant with a substantial difference between their GPA and LSAT score. One score is high or competitive while the other scores is lower. In a perfect world you would have a high GPA that mirrored your high LSAT score.

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1 hours ago "Recent law school graduates face a growing employment crisis: the Law School Transparency Data Clearinghouse lists 67 schools (out of the 185 that were scored) with full-time legal employment rates below 55 percent. At the same time, law school tuition and student debt have skyrocketed.

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4 hours ago 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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3 hours ago Many law schools, experts say, give full-tuition scholarships to students who commit to working in the public sector — for example, the University of Pennsylvania Law School offers the Toll

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7 hours ago New LSAT and GPA medians are out for the Class of 2023! To help you pick reach, target, and safety schools, here are the most recent LSAT and GPA medians available, representing numbers for the law school class of 2023. Seeing the most recently admitted class numbers gives you the most accurate idea of where

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1 hours ago Got a full-ride re-offer from WUSTL, managed to squeeze $10k/year from Northwestern out of that. Then got pulled off the GULC waitlist with $20k/yr (!), which I then used to get my NU scholly to $15k/yr. The moral of the story is, for ultra-splitters, the game isn't over when the first wave of deposits are due.

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1 hours ago Answer (1 of 3): On Quora, no one ever wants to say, “No, you don’t have a chance.” And truth is, occasionally people with some glaring fault in their record do get into really presitgious schools. Having said that, this is a super long shot. If you can afford the application and have the time,

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1 hours ago Loyola Law School CA $57,230 $18,090 29 U. of California-Davis out-of-state CA $56,974 $14,809 30 American University DC $56,724 $18,360 31 Tulane University LA $56,572 $14,550 32 Pepperdine University CA $55,890 $17,500 33 Indiana U.-Bloomington out-of-state IN $55,338 $12,972 34 Boston University MA $55,076 $13,775 35 Brooklyn Law School NY

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3 hours ago Law school admissions discussion for splitters - those with high LSATs and low GPAs. Law school admissions discussion for splitters - those with …

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6 hours ago The IRS issued final regulations on determining who has the legal liability to pay the foreign tax for foreign tax credit (FTC) purposes (T.D. 9576) and temporary regulations on the application of the “anti-splitter” rules of Sec. 909 (T.D. 9577).The rules are related because the legal liability to pay foreign tax affects the determination of whether foreign income has been inappropriately

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7 hours ago 7Sage Law School Admissions Predictor. 7Sage Law School Admissions Predictor uses self-reported data from LawSchoolNumbers to predict law school admissions chances. 7Sage analyzed the LSAT and GPA data of approximately 400,000 law school applications and considered the impact of early application, underrepresented minority status, …

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2 hours ago Many schools, including Northwestern University's law school, also strongly encourage their applicants to interview with the admissions office. Splitter applicants should make sure to take

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3 hours ago Reis v. Hazelett Strip-Casting Corporation, a recent decision involving a reverse stock split, will be added to a distinguished line of authority providing useful …

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4 hours ago Another splitter arrangement is a “reverse hybrid splitter arrangement,” in which an entity that is a corporation for U.S. purposes is treated as a fiscally transparent entity or a branch under the laws of the foreign country imposing the tax. T.D. 9577 defines these arrangements and provides an exclusive list of them in Temp. Regs. Sec. 1

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6 hours ago Answer (1 of 9): Contrary to common misconception, a higher LSAT score does not compensate for lower GPA except within a very narrow range, and your 2.6 is below that very narrow range. This is the published data for 2015 of people who applied to the University of Washington and people who were

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are schools more friendly to splitters or reverse splitters?

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 as well as dip low on the LSAT-scale to grab applicants with high GPAs. All I’m really trying to say here is that the concepts are not necessarily mutually exclusive.

What is an lsat splitter?

A splitter is a prospective law school student whose LSAT score and GPA (as calculated by LSAC) vary significantly from one another, such that his or her numbers are "split" between high and low marks.

Should i care about splitsplitters in the law school admissions process?

Splitters are very common in the law school admissions process, and if you fall into one of the categories above, you shouldn’t be overly concerned. Low LSAT scores can be corrected by retaking the LSAT, and low GPAs often come with some cause for the low grades that can be used to create a compelling personal statement.

What are the disadvantages of a reverse splitter?

A reverse splitter has a low LSAT score and a high GPA. This is initially more problematic because high GPAs are relatively common, and each school has a different grading curve. So, a high GPA at one school may not be equal to a high GPA elsewhere.

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