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probably the most over-asked thing here, but. . .

equine99equine99 Registered User Posts: 877 Member
edited December 2005 in Law School
I've been looking on the internet and havn't been able to find any info on the average or middle 50 GPA or LSAT for stanford. I would really appeciate it if anyone knows!

Thanks in advance, and again, sorry for the superficiality of the question!
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Replies to: probably the most over-asked thing here, but. . .

  • konokono Registered User Posts: 198 Junior Member
    Check the USNWR site. This is a hard school to get into.
  • equine99equine99 Registered User Posts: 877 Member
    Thank you so much for the link! I know its a very difficult schoolto get into, I just wanted to know exactly what I am up against (in terms of gpa, lsat,etc).
  • AlexandreAlexandre Registered User Posts: 24,560 Senior Member
    3.8 GPA with 170 LSAT is about average at Stanford Law.
  • DRabDRab Registered User Posts: 6,104 Senior Member
    It's best to look at the average stats of applicants accepted from the schools you're interested in attending for your undergraduate degree, and most importantly from the school that do attend as an undergraduate. Overall averages are good places to start, though.
  • equine99equine99 Registered User Posts: 877 Member
    I looked on stanford's website, and they have in there now at least one person from my school (Bucknell). It may not be harvard but it's no chico state either, so I assume overall averages should work for bucknell too. I also know they really like extra cirriculars, so I've established leadership positions in 3 so far (I would've done so anyways, it's just nice knowing they like that stuff) and I'm still just a freshman. I have the weighty aspiration of getting a joint MBA/JD from stanford, so I really just want to know upfront what kind of numbers I need to get to really be considered, so thanks!
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