pleasebehappy wrote:I would venture to add that undergrad matters a lot for borderline law school candidates. Of the 8 admitted to Harvard with less than a 173 LSAT that specified the type of school they attended, 2 went to public schools (no more description) and 6 went to top 25 schools (either public or private, 2 of the 6 went to one of HYP). I think that this shows that, as much as we hate to admit it, what undergrad one attends does factor into the equation (especially for borderline applicants).
Sorry! I really didn't mean to cause any trouble or argument.
agreed w/ your post, but like i said in mine, "for the most part" -- ugrad may factor in if you are a borderline applicant, but for the most part it does not