How long do law school decisions take Reddit? I’ve seen anything from 4-6 weeks and 6-8 weeks. As far as upper ranked schools go, I’ve already been notified and accepted into Wake Forest, George Washington U, and Minnesota.
Is it hard to get into law school Reddit? Getting accepted into a top law school can be an arduous process, and there are no guarantees whatsoever. But if you’re interested in learning more about the admissions process and getting advice from experts, the law school admissions Reddit forum provides some invaluable information.
Is LSAT more important than GPA Reddit? GPA is a nonsense metric that gives a massive advantage to people that picked the easiest majors in school/went to schools with grade inflation. GPA also doesn’t account for changes in an applicants performance over time.
What is a reverse splitter law school? A “splitter” is a just a euphemism for someone with a significantly higher LSAT score than GPA, while a “reverse-splitter” is the opposite, with a higher relative GPA than LSAT score, with the two scores being separated by at least a quartile based on a school’s admissions profile.