oscarthegrouch wrote:ajauffret wrote:Hopefullawstudent wrote:architect88 wrote:lol...alright take that section off, just in general is ucla law better than usc law, and if so by how much?
Just ask the students at USC. 95 percent of them would've gone to UCLA if they had the choice. This is a well-known fact. Why? Because UCLA Law is affiliated with the more prestigious university, it's higher ranked, has a better faculty, has a stronger student body, has better lay and national prestige, it's in a much nicer location, and it has nicer facilities.
Also, the Dean at UCLA Law doesn't make Freudian slips like this. Lol: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iW-mq0DN ... utube_data
Not true!! I am a 1L this fall and I actually have already met 3 other people who chose USC over UCLA (and at equal price) including myself and Im sure we are not the only 3... smaller classes, trojan network, more stable tuition... confident in my decision
Agreed. I know someone with a 172 LSAT that chose USC over other schools. The stats for students from both schools are pretty similar, so I wouldn't be surprised if you guys had multiple cross-admits.
Not similar at all when you consider UCLA's 3.57-3.75-3.88/164-168-169 vs USC's 3.47-3.60-3.71/165-167-167. UCLA's medians are both higher than USC's 75th percentiles. That's more than the relative difference between Harvard/Yale (3.9/173 medians) and Chicago/NYU (3.85/173 75th percentiles).