pgiboney wrote:Appreciate the honest reponses gentleman. Truthfully, the discrepency in Florida State's reported median LSAT scores are what brought me here in the first place - I see it reported on some credible sites as 162, and others as 160. Looking at LSN history, it seems 160 is pretty close to the cutoff, but most 160s get in. In any case, what's done is done, gonna apply and hope for the best. Im banking on my being a college athlete, an engineering degree, and my work experience, to put me over the top, even though I know those are much less significant factors than GPA and LSAT score.
Most 160s do get in I just wouldn't want you to think you're a lock. Who knows how much FSU's improved employment #s over UFs will determine how their cycles go. My guess is that most applicants wouldn't do enough research to find out this information and UF's in-state prestige would still hold over FSU, but you never know. Also, # of LSAT takers is down so that plays in your favor. Basically, I'm rescinding my earlier skepticism, I think the TLS pessimism is contagious. You have a pretty solid shot, especially if the median is actually around 160.