andy261 wrote:That may have been the case in the past, but in the past few years there is not an indication on LSN of a 2.8 floor..
Maybe, but that's not because there is an indication that there ISN'T a soft 2.8 floor. It's more of there isn't enough data to really indicate anything lol.
Bunch of #s
Take from it what you will, but it looks to me that ~2.8 is a fairly important target.
Thanks for taking the time to compile, but when I looked at LSN, I only looked at sub-3 combos that were above their LSAT wall for that year. For example, in 2007 165/166s would have been rejected below 3.5, in 2008 again 165/166s rejected below 3.7ish, et al. While it looks like there may
have been a soft 2.7/2.8ish floor 2009 and before, it has essentially vanished 2010 and after, which is really more relevant for our purposes since it represents the post-recession declining applicants world.