Question about Applicant Grids on LSAC Website

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WithoutMe
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Question about Applicant Grids on LSAC Website

Postby WithoutMe » Sat Jan 15, 2011 2:01 am

I am sure everyone is familar with the applicant grids listed on the LSAC website. If you are not the website is
http://www.lsac.org/LSACResources/Publications/official-guide-archives.asp
(One must go to the descriptive texts pdf and scroll to the bottom of each school and 2 out of 5 times a grid listed showing all applicants). My question for my fellow TLS members is do these grids consist of full time applicants only are are they combined with part timers?

The grids I am asking about are not the predictor ones but rather the ones with actual numbers for example William Mitchell http://www.lsac.org/LSACResources/Publications/2010OG/lsac6942.pdf

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txadv11
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Re: Question about Applicant Grids on LSAC Website

Postby txadv11 » Sat Jan 15, 2011 1:11 pm

Interesting question....
I do see numerous problems on most-to all- school pages. Examples: Full time applications 2000, Part time applications 500, but the graph says "99% applicants reflected" and the "total applications" is like 2750 :?:

I wouldn't read TOO much into these, as the median GPA and LSAT are magically different than what a school's site reports also.

My best guess, they are FT #s.




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