Attax wrote:abolin wrote:LSAT- right at 25%
Been complete and under review since October 11. Texas resident. Haven't been dinged yet. Assuming that's a good sign?
They may be holding to see how the class turns out. Probably a good thing, it seems that they ding once you are below 167 pretty independently of GPA so far, unless URM. Meaning you aren't ding worthy, but I think they're trying to up the LSAT median and then will work on GPA after that. I would take lack of a ding as a good sign at this point considering this graph.
Good luck! Plus as a TX resident here I submitted 11/30 and was accepted on 12/17.
To build upon it, I drew a mental trend line through the previous data (not linear, more evident of exponential decay really) and the following data from last year's admissions gave me the following numbers for a certain "autoadmittance" as in nearly everyone at this X LSAT and above the GPA indicated were admitted. There are some outliers (and of course many below), but it is more of a way to gauge from last year. However, so far for this year, it seems as if 167+ is in, and that below 167 GPA is mostly irrelevant so far. I'd take that as a sign that reverse splitters who are being held will have a better chance later on.
Interesting. All the more reason for reverse splitters to pull themselves up by their bootstraps, score higher on the LSAT, and punch their own ticket to UT (or whereever it is that they want to attend).