JCougar wrote:This has all the makings of an attempt to raise the LSAT median. I've seen some 161s on this thread with the DLIT today, but all of them had higher GPAs.
I really hope this is the case. The other possibility is the result of the large increase in admissions- waitlist for high-LSAT splitters because of the large number of applicants above both medians.
I fear this because I got waitlisted at UGA with my 165, as did others with LSATs as high as 167. Someone posted in the UGA topic that admissions told them they received 2,000 more applications than they received in '09. This would be an 83% increase in applications... seems unfathomable, but it very well could be the case... and if it is true, it is likely that other schools are experiencing a tremendous spike in 2010 applications as well.