legalgirly wrote:That is not exactly true...I'm within the 25th percentile and already went in review. I applied in Jan.
FSU Law 25th Percentile LSAT 161 and below
GPA 3.30 and below.
Why would they review an applicant below those numbers before an applicant above those numbers?
I was under the impression that the higher the numbers the stronger the applicant.
I am genuinely not trying to be an ass, but I still have no idea what you are talking about, and I am trying to reason through your post. You can not be "within" a percentile. You can be at a percentile (i.e. at the 25th percentile, meaning you have a 161), or you can be within a range of two percentiles (i.e. a 162 is within FSU's middle 50 percent, within its 25th to 75th percentiles). If you are at the 25th percentile, you scored higher than 25% of their newest class. You can be "within" the bottom 25 PERCENT of a class. Is that what you mean here?
I can't explain why a 160 3.6 hasn't gone into review yet though. That is odd. Your LSAT explanation makes sense.