whymeohgodno wrote: r6_philly wrote: Bildungsroman wrote:
I don't know, looking at LSN for Texas over the past few years doesn't seem to suggest that they YP at all.
Likewise, if you look at their applicant profile chart it doesn't look like Texas practices YP, or it least it hasn't in the past.http://officialguide.lsac.org/Release/S ... AC6882.pdf
Maybe not YP in a numerical sense, but YP in a "there is no way this person is coming here" sense?
Sounds more like a soft gpa wall to me.
I am completely uninformed, but I certainly think a 179/3.2 are good enough splitter numbers for Texas. If it is a true rejection, there might be other factors involved that we don't know (yet).
But, as I mentioned, I really don't know anything beyond what I've learned from the internet haha.
It would be refreshing to see a 179 is not enough to overcome a soft GPA wall, I feel most schools put too much emphasis on LSAT.