whitman wrote:czelede wrote:
I feel, for the most part, that this cycle has been harsher towards splitters than cycles past. This coming from too much time wasted stalking past years splitter threads, of course Most of the time, you have your smattering of "really bad cycles" and "really good cycles" with most people landing in neutral. This year, it seems there are some really bad cycles and some neutral cycles, but that's about it.
The decrease may have just affected the low end of LSAT test takers to begin with.
I'm not an extreme splitter like Adjudicator, but I feel pretty good about my cycle (3.49/172): into Penn (very surprised), GULC, Cornell, Texas (thought GPA and OOS would keep me out). WL at UVA, UCLA.
I guess I'm more neutral.
also not an extreme splitter, 3.49/175, but in at michigan with $$ so far, along with vandy, WUSTL ($$$), wake forest ($$$), and unc (chancellor's scholarship invite). i feel like mich + $$ = a good cycle with my numbers!