I'd like to add two comments to Kelsey's excellent analysis.
As she notes, there are so many factors in play that it's always hard to say what will happen in any given cycle (this is especially so in the T3). I will note to you what Yale says on their website about when you apply
: "Please note that it may take several weeks for LSAC to process your materials. Under our review process there is no advantage, in terms of the likelihood of admission, to applying earlier in the application cycle.
In other words, your chances of admission remain constant regardless of when you submit your application" (italics added for emphasis). I also talked about this very point in our recent Secrets of the Law School Admission Process webinar.
Second, be advised that once you have an LSAT score on record, law schools are obligated by the ABA to use the SLAT score and will then ignore the GRE score. That may make no difference, but you should at least be aware.