Lawyer2012 wrote: dresden doll wrote: booyakasha45 wrote: Esc wrote:
My UG had a mean LSAT of 144. I was one of only two people on record to break 95th percentile LSAT
Edit: to correct my UG LSAT mean
and damn, that's depressing.
I think the case is the same with my UG...
Only 2 percent in the 95th-99th percentile band and I know I'm one of them. Terrible. I have contempt for my UG for a reason.
I couldn't have said it better myself. I'm one of one percent and my UG also effed up my LSDAS GPA by not properly removing classes that I never attended! GRR
I won't out myself completely on here, but it was a small public university in Texas. I went there for scholarship, low tuition, and relaxed atmosphere, not for its academic quality. To be fair, though, the science program I was in was pretty good (but none of the other people in it were going to law school). I can't say the same for all the Poli Sci and English majors there who figured that they were going to get into UTexas with a 2.8 GPA....
Only 1 percent scored higher than 95th percentile, but since only 117 were on record as taking the LSAT, that extrapolates to 1
However, you did beat me. Only 42% of the people at my UG scored in the 0-19th percentile
I, too, have contempt for my UG. A lot of the professors and a good many of my classmates were really cool, but the administration....not so much.
Oh, and almost everyone at my UG failed the MCAT as well.