beachbum wrote:But if you want to base your predictions on anything, base them on changing medians, as employment stats are far too easily manipulated
UCLA still tops the three, if slightly. (GULC numbers just for fun
If we're looking for the change in rankings, we shouldn't be looking at the absolute medians, we should be looking at the change in the medians. This actually helps your case, somewhat:viewtopic.php?f=2&t=128236
UCLA upped its GPA median by .02, but its LSAT was unchanged.
Vandy upped its GPA median by .01, and its LSAT by 1.
Texas was unchanged at both medians.
And, interestingly, GULC dropped its GPA by .01, without a change to its LSAT.
Thus, without knowing what happened with the other components of the rankings, it makes it more likely that UCLA would tie with GULC than Texas would. Between Vandy and UCLA, it depends how much Vandy's LSAT bump will matter. Of course, all this depends on how far the raw score gap between these schools were in the last rankings .
All idle speculation, both because the rankings will be out soon, and because they don't really matter. But always fun to muse over.