How real is section stacking? do schools literally put all students on scholarship in one section? Is it something to be seriously concerned about?
Any insight would be greatly appreciated...
If anyone has specific information as it relates to New York Law, Seton Hall, or Cardozo, that would be great too...
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Of course it goes on. Why not? I mean, we have TTTs like Nova Southeastern that have "performance based" programs where about 80% of the participants are flunked out and 20% get a spot in next year's class (and the stats don't count toward USNews rank). Totally scammish. Then there's a lot of schools like Cooley with a punishingly low median that forces many to flunk out. In comparison, section stacking is benign. So odds are, it happens.
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