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HarlandBassett wrote:Why does this simulator say my hypothetical chances for NYU are lower than for Columbia (consider and strong consider, respectively)?
I used 3.54 and 177.
http://www.lawschoolpredictor.com/wp-co ... ograms.htm
Some schools weight LSAT more than GPA and vise-versa. Also, LSP is based off of self-reported numbers. Because of this, only people that use law school numbers (that's where LSP gets their numbers from, I believe) are factored into your chances. This may leave the chart with a slightly skewed.
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HarlandBassett wrote:what about https://officialguide.lsac.org/release/ ... fault.aspx
It's a very rough estimate. Use lawschoolnumbers.com. You'll see that virtually everyone with those numbers gets into NYU and a large percentage get into CLS.
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