shadowfrost000 wrote: parker09 wrote:
managamy wrote:No, you don't wish that you were like me regarding this particular school. Penn is famous for YP. Before taking the LSAT, I calculated my probabilities of admission to all of the schools that use the LSAC predictor. When I scored several points higher than I had expected, I calculated again. All of the probabilities went up. Except one. Penn went down.
That said, I don't really understand why they YP when they require at least one extra essay. Surely that scares people who aren't all serious?
I'd be happy to take a few of those pesky YP-inducing LSAT points off your hands
I get in, you get less risk of YP... win-win!
Then he'd lose his Harvard admit.
With a 178 and his killer-insane GPA, I think he could afford to lose the 2 or so points I'd need to be even a little competitive at Penn, without losing his Harvard admit. Oh, what the hell, maybe even THREE points!
...let's keep talking about a.) him, and b.) trading points as if they were actually possible. I'm okay with overt self-delusion.