I have nothing to do but obsess about this at the moment:
With up to 3,500 total applicants petitioning for entry into the full-time and part-time divisions of the school, the University of Houston Law School has a highly selective admissions process. For the full-time division of the 2008 entering class, 2,999 applications were received by the school, 882 of which were accepted, with 255 of those accepted matriculating at the school. The LSAT scores for the full-time division of this entering class at the 25th and 75th percentiles were 157 and 163, while the undergraduate GPAs of the class at the same percentiles were 3.13 and 3.67. Generally speaking, applicants with numbers that fall within these ranges should be competitive in future application cycles at Houston Law, while those with numbers above these 75th percentiles will have a solid chance at merit scholarships. Applicants with numbers below these 25th percentiles, on the other hand, will have a tougher time gaining admission to Houston Law, and should consider also applying to the school’s part-time division. By applying part-time, applicants with relatively low numbers can enter a less competitive admissions process, and if accepted, can transfer to the full-time division after successfully fulfilling academic requirements. All applicants, regardless of their numbers, can improve their chances at admission by highlighting in their application diversity that they could offer to the student body of Houston Law, as the school aims to put together a student body that is diverse in race, experience, and background.
Do you suppose that since it appears they are wrapping up the FT applications, and since they receive far fewer PT applications, PT applications will start rolling our more quickly?