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Given that law school applications are significantly down (and apparently, top LSAT-scorers are where the biggest drop is coming from), does this mean that schools must reach deeper into their applicant pools, in turn making this a better year to be waitlisted?
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I think this is a weird year. Very weird... of course everything is relative. But from my vantage point, I'd say they are taking more from the WL. There are other factors, too. I think (no evidence for..) more people are deciding not go as well, which frees spots up. I've seen many people decide to drop law school for a year due to the costs, and rightly so.
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