obrienfa wrote:CastleRock wrote:What's your point?
That you can't say certain LSAT/GPA's are boardline with that small of a sampling. Maybe we won't get immediately but we all still have a decent chance looking at medians and whatnot.
You are really going to have a sampling size argument with me regarding LSN? Cause this hasn't been done before.
Well if you really want to get into this argument. What sample size would you suggest is representative of the population as a whole? Not to mention the self-selection bias that takes place on LSN. People who get accepted are more likely to report their decision.
If you really want to go down this road we can. But someone makes a claim, I provide evidence to the contrary of his claim. Then some third person jumps in and says that evidence is no good. Well I have provided the best evidence thus far. So until I see something that suggests I am wrong, I will stick with my opinion.