crackberry wrote:GargamelITT wrote:i feel confident that H has on balance a stronger class from a pure academic/intellectual standpoint. which is a huge draw for me. stanford's [strike]numerical admission profile[/strike] LSAT median is comparatively unimpressive, lagging behind even CLS. granted, in exchange SLS has a very high "softs median," and so you'll find more people who have more impressive accomplishments in the real world, and perhaps have more interesting stories to tell. but from a raw intellect standpoint it seems the typical HLS student is on a higher level. and at this point in my life that's a bigger selling point to me
HLS in a heartbeat if i had the choice
Fixed. Stanford's GPA numbers are at least equal to Harvard's and better than any other school's except Yale (and way better than Columbia's).
i dunno, i feel like overall S and C's numerical profiles are comparable. LSP certainly has them pretty neck and neck, with higher-GPA profiles favoring SLS admission and vice-versa. a 3.8/175, for example, shows a marginally stronger position numerically within SLS's matriculating class by their LSP-estimated "index" than in CLS's class by their actual index