Wormfather wrote:North wrote:Charlotte School of Law wrote:Hi North,
When considering statistical data, it is important to understand what actually goes into the statistics. For example, if Duke has 24 students sit for the bar and all 24 pass on the first time, they can boast that they have a bar passage rate of 100%. If Charlotte Law has 250 students, for example, take the exam and only 180 pass on the first time, our rate will be about 72%. We typically have more students than Duke sit for the bar, so generally their rate will differ significantly.
This shit is under-appreciated. Ironically this shit is phrased like a LSAT stim where you know the fucking answer has to do with fact that amount doesn't change percentages.
Unless they mean that Duke has fewer students but they are smarter, while CSoL has more and (at least) the difference is dumber. Does this assumption justify their reasoning?