SPerez wrote:slawww wrote:Florida's LSAT Median was originally posted as 162, but I just checked their page and now it's a 161. Hmmmm..
You might see this happen for some schools. This year the ABA moved the census date for the incoming class numbers back to October (to accommodate the new "certification" process). Some schools have released preliminary data based on, for example, the first day of classes (which was the old standard), but if people withdrew between then and October it could be enough to impact medians and change 25/75's. This is probably why many schools still have not released their entering 2012 numbers. In the current 'gotcha' climate, some schools are likely deciding it isn't worth the risk of even the appearance that they might be engaged in shenanigans.
The LSAC Official Guide should be out sometime in early spring this year, though. Much earlier than last year.
Very interesting, thanks for clearing that up!