IrishJew wrote:lawschool22 wrote:Leo wrote:Here is the percentage of those who had JS1s that have been accepted (eg, of the 22 applicants who are below both medians and had JS1s, 7 (32%) have been accepted):
GPA<3.88 / LSAT<173 = 32%
GPA<3.88 / LSAT>=173 = 52%
GPA>=3.88 / LSAT<173 = 50%
GPA>=3.88 / LSAT>=173 = 73%
This is the one I've been wondering but haven't had the time to calculate. It shows how the distribution of the 850/1200 JS1->JS2 folks is not evenly distributed.
Certainly looks that way. AEBE low numbers make you a long shot even if you get an interview (not getting into causation here). But I'm wondering how much of this is more indicative of haste than final decision? I mean, maybe they just admit the high numbers faster/earlier and they will take a disproportionately larger share of lower numbers in later rounds (because they already accepted the good numbered people they want). In other words, how different do you think these numbers will look in May?
I think haste is playing some role, but we'll still see a disparity among these groups. I expect all of these to increase a bit. I would be shocked if the above/above people didn't get accepted at a rate a fair amount greater than the overall rate (850/1200 = 70%) to offset the people at the below/below level getting accepted below this rate. I could see something like a 40%/60%/60%/80% breakdown when it's all said and done.