Floors for top law schools

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Helicio
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Floors for top law schools

Postby Helicio » Mon May 30, 2011 9:54 pm

I'm just curious. What is the "floor" for a white applicant to get in to certain schools as far as the LSAT is concerned, assuming the applicant has a 4.0 GPA (I don't; again, I'm just curious). What would the floors be for Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Duke, Cornell, UPenn. and Georgetown, respectfully?

I want to know because I got in an argument with a friend and want to see who is right.

Also, does LSDAS GPA stop at 4.0, or does it go up potentially to 4.3 if someone gets A+'s?

Thanks guys,

Helicio

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Re: Floors for top law schools

Postby dabbadon8 » Mon May 30, 2011 9:57 pm

Helicio wrote:I'm just curious. What is the "floor" for a white applicant to get in to certain schools as far as the LSAT is concerned, assuming the applicant has a 4.0 GPA (I don't; again, I'm just curious). What would the floors be for Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Duke, Cornell, UPenn. and Georgetown, respectfully?

I want to know because I got in an argument with a friend and want to see who is right.

Also, does LSDAS GPA stop at 4.0, or does it go up potentially to 4.3 if someone gets A+'s?

Thanks guys,

Helicio


Check Laws school numbers.

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Helicio
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Re: Floors for top law schools

Postby Helicio » Mon May 30, 2011 9:59 pm

What would the floor on that site be. Like a "low considered" or whatever it's called.

Thanks!

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Re: Floors for top law schools

Postby 071816 » Mon May 30, 2011 10:02 pm

Helicio wrote:What would the floor on that site be. Like a "low considered" or whatever it's called.

Thanks!


Look at the graphs. You are thinking of lawschoolpredictor.com

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Re: Floors for top law schools

Postby kwhiteside » Mon May 30, 2011 10:06 pm

Click on school, sort by LSAT and view individual profiles for the lowest numbers who were admitted.

http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com

edit: graphs are faster

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Re: Floors for top law schools

Postby Helicio » Mon May 30, 2011 10:11 pm

Thanks guys, and sorry for my stupidity. :)




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