madhatter01 wrote:Yup.. I guess they're being "strategic," but they might have to settle for applicants with LSATs much lower than 1 point below their median if they keep holding out.. or maybe they'll easily fill their class with 167+
finalaspects, your LSAT is very good for USC and I don't know why they would hold on to your application if there wasn't something compelling about it..
just 1 point above their median, but if they're trying to raise their LSAT then it might help. most splitters have been rejected though, and a few have been waitlisted but have a much higher GPA then i do.
i think they might have just misplaced my application... trying not to have any hope cause that will utterly crush me later... but i think USC is trying to respond to everyone by the end of this month.