CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby doggozeg » Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:36 pm

Nice, Michigan. That is a nice class profile.

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby TrynaLaw » Wed Aug 30, 2017 8:36 pm

doggozeg wrote:Nice, Michigan. That is a nice class profile.


I'm not too surprised, I thought Michigan's admit weekend was drastically better than any other that I attended, and many of the students I have spoken to agreed (although it could also be something else, who knows).

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Veil of Ignorance » Thu Aug 31, 2017 9:36 am

Berkeley's gender breakdown is interesting. 64% / 34% is a pretty substantial difference, considering that the rest of the T13 seems to be pretty much 50/50. Nice LSAT bump though.

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Future Ex-Engineer » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:06 am

Veil of Ignorance wrote:Berkeley's gender breakdown is interesting. 64% / 34% is a pretty substantial difference, considering that the rest of the T13 seems to be pretty much 50/50. Nice LSAT bump though.


is that to indicate there is 2% of matriculants who identify as gender neutral?

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby RareExports » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:15 pm

Edit: never mind

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Huskies13! » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:22 pm

Mercer:
https://law.mercer.edu/admissions/
Applications Received: 788 (+11)
Student Enrolled: 122 (-22)
Median LSAT: 152
25th-75th LSAT percentile: 150(+1)/155(+2)
Median GPA: 3.32 (+.07)
25th-75th GPA percentile: 2.92(-.08)/3.55(+.03)

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby gargleblaster » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:26 pm

Future Ex-Engineer wrote:
Veil of Ignorance wrote:Berkeley's gender breakdown is interesting. 64% / 34% is a pretty substantial difference, considering that the rest of the T13 seems to be pretty much 50/50. Nice LSAT bump though.


is that to indicate there is 2% of matriculants who identify as gender neutral?


might be might not.

I always choose not to identify on forms but I'm not gender neutral for sure - also im at berk

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Huskies13! » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:37 pm

Texas Tech:
http://techlawnews.law.ttu.edu/?p=6996
Size: 140 (-20)
Medians:
155 (+2)
3.43 (+.15)

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Huskies13! » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:42 pm

Dayton:
https://udayton.edu/law/about/class_profile.php
Total Number of Applications 521 (-15)
Class Size 95 (-18)
Undergraduate GPA Ranges by Quartile
75th Percentile 3.51 (-.10)
Median 3.29 (+.15)
25th Percentile
3.00 (+.17)

LSAT Ranges by Quartile
75th Percentile 152 (0)
Median 149 (0)
25th Percentile
145 (0)

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Future Ex-Engineer » Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:35 pm

gargleblaster wrote:
Future Ex-Engineer wrote:
Veil of Ignorance wrote:Berkeley's gender breakdown is interesting. 64% / 34% is a pretty substantial difference, considering that the rest of the T13 seems to be pretty much 50/50. Nice LSAT bump though.


is that to indicate there is 2% of matriculants who identify as gender neutral?


might be might not.

I always choose not to identify on forms but I'm not gender neutral for sure - also im at berk


ahh that makes sense. I forgot about that option on the forms

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby carsondalywashere » Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:36 pm

gargleblaster wrote:
Future Ex-Engineer wrote:
Veil of Ignorance wrote:Berkeley's gender breakdown is interesting. 64% / 34% is a pretty substantial difference, considering that the rest of the T13 seems to be pretty much 50/50. Nice LSAT bump though.


is that to indicate there is 2% of matriculants who identify as gender neutral?


might be might not.

I always choose not to identify on forms but I'm not gender neutral for sure - also im at berk

Is that 64% male or female?

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby TheBlueDevil » Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:42 pm

carsondalywashere wrote:
gargleblaster wrote:
Future Ex-Engineer wrote:
Veil of Ignorance wrote:Berkeley's gender breakdown is interesting. 64% / 34% is a pretty substantial difference, considering that the rest of the T13 seems to be pretty much 50/50. Nice LSAT bump though.


is that to indicate there is 2% of matriculants who identify as gender neutral?


might be might not.

I always choose not to identify on forms but I'm not gender neutral for sure - also im at berk

Is that 64% male or female?


It's 64% female... but wouldn't it have just been easier for you to click the link?

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby carsondalywashere » Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:54 pm

TheBlueDevil wrote:
carsondalywashere wrote:
gargleblaster wrote:
Future Ex-Engineer wrote:
Veil of Ignorance wrote:Berkeley's gender breakdown is interesting. 64% / 34% is a pretty substantial difference, considering that the rest of the T13 seems to be pretty much 50/50. Nice LSAT bump though.


is that to indicate there is 2% of matriculants who identify as gender neutral?


might be might not.

I always choose not to identify on forms but I'm not gender neutral for sure - also im at berk

Is that 64% male or female?


It's 64% female... but wouldn't it have just been easier for you to click the link?

I don't see this link you're referring to bub

Edit - I didn't realize you meant first page

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Huskies13! » Thu Aug 31, 2017 7:11 pm

Washburn:
http://washburnlaw.edu/prospective/classprofile.html
Class Size: 112 (0)
LSAT
75th Percentile: 155 (0)
Median: 152 (0)
25th Percentile: 149 (0)
Undergraduate GPA
75th Percentile: 3.56 (-.15)
Median: 3.29 (+.01)
25th Percentile: 2.78 (-.10)

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby ashrice13 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:13 pm

At BU orientation today they said the class size was approximately 240.

No gpa/lsat info

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Fiddlesticks » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:26 pm

Not sure where these Georgetown numbers came from... I couldn't find any source.

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby proteinshake » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:28 pm

Fiddlesticks wrote:Not sure where these Georgetown numbers came from... I couldn't find any source.

what Georgetown numbers?

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Fiddlesticks » Thu Aug 31, 2017 11:01 pm

proteinshake wrote:
Fiddlesticks wrote:Not sure where these Georgetown numbers came from... I couldn't find any source.

what Georgetown numbers?


The spreadsheet has the georgetown numbers plugged in, except for 25th LSAT. Maybe someone thought this was a guessing game?

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Huskies13! » Fri Sep 01, 2017 12:43 pm

Penn is up...Im running out so don't have time to post right now. Go ahead all!
https://www.law.upenn.edu/admissions/jd ... rofile.php

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Huskies13! » Fri Sep 01, 2017 1:57 pm

Fine...i'll do it...
Penn:
Applicants 5,601 (+8)
Enrolled 244 (+2)
LSAT (no change)
75th%/25th% = 170/163
Median=169

GPA 75th%/25th% = 3.94(-.01)/3.54 (-.03)
Median=3.89 (-.01)

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby personofinterest » Fri Sep 01, 2017 2:09 pm

So far, predictions* based on mylsn.info are spot on, assuming median reports are correct. My method was to see what LSAT scores schools accepted for GPA range 3.00-3.74. Most schools had pretty sharp cut-offs (ex. School X would accept >50% of 169s, but 0% of non-URM 168s). Thanks to law schools for obviously gaming the rankings. Hopefully the luck continues!

personofinterest wrote:Penn - 169 - CORRECT
UVA - 169 - CORRECT
Michigan - 169 - CORRECT (predicted 1 point increase from last year)
Duke -169 - CORRECT
NU - 169 - [currently unannounced]
Berkeley - 167 - CORRECT (predicted 1 point increase from last year)
Texas - 167 - [currently unannounced]
Georgetown - 167 - CORRECT
UCLA - 167 - CORRECT
Cornell - 166 - [currently unannounced]
Vandy - 166 - CORRECT (predicted 1 point decrease from last year)
WashU - 166 168 - [currently unannounced] EDIT: Thanks to sonyco, I looked again and mylsn indicates a 168 median, not 166 like I first said.
USC - 165 - CORRECT


*Although I predicted Berkeley's score before they announced it, I hadn't posted predictions on TLS until after they announced. If you look at mylsn.info, you can see a clear line between 166 and 167 scores for Berkeley
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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Huskies13! » Fri Sep 01, 2017 3:29 pm

Stetson:
http://www.stetson.edu/law/about/home/p ... p#entering
Size: 270 (-1)
152/155(+1)/157(+1)
3.10 (+.03)/3.34(-.01)/3.56(-.03)

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby sonyco » Fri Sep 01, 2017 3:37 pm

personofinterest wrote:So far, predictions* based on mylsn.info are spot on, assuming median reports are correct. My method was to see what LSAT scores schools accepted for GPA range 3.00-3.74. Most schools had pretty sharp cut-offs (ex. School X would accept >50% of 169s, but 0% of non-URM 168s). Thanks to law schools for obviously gaming the rankings. Hopefully the luck continues!

personofinterest wrote:Penn - 169 - CORRECT
UVA - 169 - CORRECT
Michigan - 169 - CORRECT (predicted 1 point increase from last year)
Duke -169 - CORRECT
NU - 169 - [currently unannounced]
Berkeley - 167 - CORRECT (predicted 1 point increase from last year)
Texas - 167 - [currently unannounced]
Georgetown - 167 - CORRECT
UCLA - 167 - CORRECT
Cornell - 166 - [currently unannounced]
Vandy - 166 - CORRECT (predicted 1 point decrease from last year)
WashU - 166 - [currently unannounced]
USC - 165 - CORRECT


*Although I predicted Berkeley's score before they announced it, I hadn't posted predictions on TLS until after they announced. If you look at mylsn.info, you can see a clear line between 166 and 167 scores for Berkeley


Why not 168 for WashU

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby Huskies13! » Fri Sep 01, 2017 4:29 pm

Illinois:
https://law.illinois.edu/admissions/pro ... tatistics/
Size: 154 (+19)
156(+2)/161(+1)/163(+1)
3.34(+.02)/3.62(+.03)/3.72(+.02)

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Re: CLASS OF 2020 MEDIANS (LSAT/GPA/CLASS SIZE)

Postby vonrus1 » Fri Sep 01, 2017 5:16 pm

Huskies13! wrote:Illinois:
https://law.illinois.edu/admissions/pro ... tatistics/
Size: 154 (+19)
156(+2)/161(+1)/163(+1)
3.34(+.02)/3.62(+.03)/3.72(+.02)


This combined with their job numbers should jump them a few spots in USNWR. If UIUC were your saftey school, you'd be in an ok spot.




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