nucky thompson wrote:yo nancy - keep smoking the reefer. you can maintain whatever you want but that does not make it true. Just because your huge group of friends all tell you they scored a 167 does not mean your huge group of friends is representative of your class - evidenced by the true median at 163. People were bashing you for using anecdotal evidence because you were bashing/getting ultra defensive when people used similar logical flaws to support their assertions. just dial it down
The "True" median of Nancy's (and my) class is 167 until the school says otherwise. As has been pointed out, doing the math shouldn't be terribly difficult so the fact that they have yet to say that our 2L class's numbers were fudged seems to indicate that they were not.
Of course, if they're waiting to release a long report that includes a lot of things....It could happen.
And before you all start calling me a delusional asshat, read my other posts on this thread: I'm not happy and I find it hard to believe that it was only this year's numbers that were exaggerated. That being said, because the math should be easy, the longer it takes the school to tell me that the numbers for my class are inacurate, the more I'm willing to believe that they are right.