Blindmelon wrote: Attorney wrote:
This year's numbers, for the math-challenged 164 LSATs at BU who hate splitters for unknown reasons.
23.84/18.96 = 1.257
18.96/11.97 = 1.584
Oh shit, I'm right again even with the new ITE numbers! And you are still not only obsessive about WUSTL's "golden #19" (lol) but constantly failing at math.
You get riled up so easily, its hilarious. BC places... 33.58/18.96 = 1.77
times better than WUSTL! You realize I'm only trolling you because you decided to state that WUSTL places massively
better than Minnesota - a complete load of crap. USC down to Fordhamish are peers. No one cares who does or doesn't take splitters, everyone just hates people like you who try to claim superiority for silly reasons.
Also, ragging on someone because of their LSAT score.. seriously? And you wonder why WUSTL gets trolled so much?
I'm not riled up, lulz, you are the one with never-ceasing sour grapes even after you "apologize" for being unable to cite things you incorrectly claim people have said. And the WUSTL/Minn spread has been constant for years. It never changes. The BC/BU -> WUSTL spread is abnormally high this year because NYC/BOS hiring was so much better than CHI. Next year they'll be back to the standard relative rates.
If it makes you feel better, if BC (which placed a lot better than BU, huh? OMG!) was consistently that much better than the midwestern schools, I'd say they place GIGANTORNORMOUSLY better than WUSTL and a word doesn't even come to mind to how much better that placement would be than Minnesota, Indiana, Georgia, UC Davis, Iowa, Wisconsin, UNC, etc. (half of the 20s schools) if this were an ongoing phenomenon.
EDIT: Regarding your 164, I just find it amazing that a (reverse) splitter hates (regular) splitters so much. It's just really bizarre?