joedf wrote:Thanks for the graph, man. Where's it from?
florida1949 wrote:joedf wrote:Thanks for the graph, man. Where's it from?florida1949 wrote:http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/law-schools-applicants-rankings.html
justonemoregame wrote:That graph represented the scores of law school applicants last year through March 12, is that right?
florida1949 wrote:justonemoregame wrote:That graph represented the scores of law school applicants last year through March 12, is that right?
yeah that's what i got from the article i.e. it's not neccesarily the number of people who scored in the those ranges
WhiskeynCoke wrote:It appears that this is may be a year the bottom drops out.
Basically, it looks like there will be less APPLICANTS this cycle than there were people ADMITTED 2 years ago. I wouldn't be surprised to see a lot of the bottom feeders go out of business.
LAST Cycle: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/ad ... asier.html
Total 170+: 3230
T14 spots (estimate: c/o 2015: 4342)
If this cycle turns out down ~15% (assuming even spread, which won't happen)
Total 170+: 2745
Only 2745 170+ scorers competing for all those spots. Either class sizes will have to drop or schools will get incredibly desperate. Cast your nets wide. There might be good fishin' this season.
florida1949 wrote:yeah and if the ~15% decrease is more in line with the trends we saw last year, then the real 170+ number could be even lower, right?
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illiniguy1551 wrote:Will the decreasing numbers affect tier two schools as much as it will affect T14, specifically in regards to how much money the schools will give out?
risa wrote:I assume when you are saying -16.4% that is from last year's October test? (not June's or the average or something)
Wasn't last year down from 2010 numbers too? Anyone know (or able to point me to a thread where I'm sure this has been covered!) what the drop has been over the last two years or so?
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