GPA and LSAT RANGES....

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wontpanic
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GPA and LSAT RANGES....

Postby wontpanic » Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:54 pm

Tried researching this without success : Are the 25%/75% ranges for LSAT and GPA reported, referring to ALL students admitted (not waitlisted), all admitted AND waitlisted, or just all ATTENDING?

I read in a Dean's interview that they can play with the waitlist because it's not ranked. This left me confused and I can see why the predictors could be misleading.

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180asBreath
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Re: GPA and LSAT RANGES....

Postby 180asBreath » Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:56 pm

The ranges are of classes (i.e. all of those who are attending the institution). So a school's Class of 2014 represents statistics on all students who started law school, at the institution, in 2011.

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Re: GPA and LSAT RANGES....

Postby law chihuahua » Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:56 pm

Um, isn't it only for students who have matriculated? Some schools have huge waitlists. It wouldn't seem to make sense to add waitlisted candidates to the pool for which they report the range.




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