kappycaft1 wrote:BLUERUFiO wrote:What is the reasoning for this? The lower performers wait till February to take the LSAT?
Or they take it earlier and are just too lazy to apply until later in the cycle. You have to figure that someone who only put forth enough effort to get a 140 on the LSAT probably hasn't thought through the importance of timing very much, so when they see that the deadline isn't until the spring, they probably figure that as long as they get their applications in by the cutoff then they'll be good.
While this makes sense, we're looking at year over year data, so your point shouldn't make any difference in how these new numbers are viewed.