Chances Stanford, NYU, Penn, UC Berkeley


gdeschamps

I am 24 years old and graduated with a 3.76 GPA (second of my class) in Mexico. I scored 108 on the IBT TOEFL (29, 28, 23, 28) and by the time I intend to begin my LLM studies I will have two years of graduate working experience in a publicly traded Mexican company (I previously worked for more than a year as an intern in a top-ranked law firm in Mexico).
I have no publications.

What are my chances of being admitted to the following LLMs?
1. Stanford
2. NYU
3. Penn
4. UC Berkeley

Thank you.

I am 24 years old and graduated with a 3.76 GPA (second of my class) in Mexico. I scored 108 on the IBT TOEFL (29, 28, 23, 28) and by the time I intend to begin my LLM studies I will have two years of graduate working experience in a publicly traded Mexican company (I previously worked for more than a year as an intern in a top-ranked law firm in Mexico).
I have no publications.

What are my chances of being admitted to the following LLMs?
1. Stanford
2. NYU
3. Penn
4. UC Berkeley

Thank you.
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hotpursuit

I am 24 years old and graduated with a 3.76 GPA (second of my class) in Mexico. I scored 108 on the IBT TOEFL (29, 28, 23, 28) and by the time I intend to begin my LLM studies I will have two years of graduate working experience in a publicly traded Mexican company (I previously worked for more than a year as an intern in a top-ranked law firm in Mexico).
I have no publications.

What are my chances of being admitted to the following LLMs?
1. Stanford
2. NYU
3. Penn
4. UC Berkeley

Thank you.


I think you won't have a problem with NYU, Penn and UC Berkeley. Just try to get a better TOEFL where you have at least 25 in each section. SLS will be an issue.

H

<blockquote>I am 24 years old and graduated with a 3.76 GPA (second of my class) in Mexico. I scored 108 on the IBT TOEFL (29, 28, 23, 28) and by the time I intend to begin my LLM studies I will have two years of graduate working experience in a publicly traded Mexican company (I previously worked for more than a year as an intern in a top-ranked law firm in Mexico).
I have no publications.

What are my chances of being admitted to the following LLMs?
1. Stanford
2. NYU
3. Penn
4. UC Berkeley

Thank you.
</blockquote>

I think you won't have a problem with NYU, Penn and UC Berkeley. Just try to get a better TOEFL where you have at least 25 in each section. SLS will be an issue.

H

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