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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by bjf » Tue Sep 15, 2009 2:45 pm

YC, your predictor is awesome! I have been crunching numbers trying to figure out what my chances are into some PT programs. I am just wondering why Brooklyn doesn't appear in the PT list?

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by firenze » Sun Sep 20, 2009 5:04 pm

It seems to me that one main problem for splitters is that very top schools such as yale, harvard, and stanford seem to have gpa cutoffs under which they don't really ever take applicants no matter how high the lsat and index. For example: at 180 and 3.55 lsp lists Stanford as admit with 79% of admits at lower index numbers. However, it reality I think its safe to say that a 3.55 is quite simply below Stanford's cutoff no matter what, even from a great ug etc. I think this problem mostly is specific to very top schools but even that being the case I think it would be fairly easy to fix by putting in a gpa cutoff for these 3 or 4 schools under which gpa begins to take on more weight in calculating prediction.

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by SamSeaborn2016 » Thu Oct 01, 2009 4:58 pm

Hey YC,


Any chance version 2.6 will be available before the 5th? I'm chomping at the bit! :lol:

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by TTH » Thu Oct 01, 2009 5:09 pm

YCrevolution wrote:1. The Third Amendment Center is in the final stages of launching its website and public profile. The name is indicative of the Center's mission.
lol. We must always be vigilient of government's efforts to erode the Third Amendment and once again quarter soldiers in citizen's homes.

...although doesn't advocating for the Third Amendment kind of go against supporting the troops?

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by CyLaw » Thu Oct 01, 2009 5:22 pm

Sorry YCrevolution, as much as I love LSP, I got to disagree with your blatant anti-American actions with the founding of the Third Amendment Center. As a veteran, I can tell you that our national security is very much dependent on my ability to crash at my buddy's place against his wishes and raid his fridge. With the current state of the economy, we need to find other sources of pay for our soldiers and I don't think it is too much to ask to allow us to release them on a city and have them find their own room and board among the common folk. To make it fair we can cycle among the major cities, that way your Third Amendment rights are squashed only a little bit :D

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by CyLaw » Thu Oct 01, 2009 7:14 pm

YC, you mentioned in another thread wanting to color code the results. Here is some javascript that you can add to the end of the recalc_onclick(ctl) function and it will do the color coding for you. It is not the best code, but it works for now.

Let me know if you need any help figuring out where to put it.

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cells = document.getElementsByTagName("input");
for(var i = 0; i < cells.length; i++)
{
  var cell = cells[i];
	var color;
  switch(cell.value)
  {
      case "DENY":
         color = "#FF0000";
         break;
      case "ADMIT":
         color = "#00FF00";
         break;
      case "CONSIDER":
         color = "#FFFF00";
         break;
      case "WEAK CONSIDER":
         color = "#FF9900";
         break;
      case "STRONG CONSIDER":
         color = "#99FF33";
         break;
      default:
         color = "";
         break;
  }
  cell.style.backgroundColor = color;
}
Edit to make it IE compatible…Stupid IE users.

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by TTH » Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:35 pm

YCrevolution wrote:Version 2.6 will release one day early; the new release date is Sunday, October 04, 2009.
WHAT TIME?!?!

This gave me an erection.

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by TTH » Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:47 pm

This will be good practice for obsessively hitting F5 when it comes time for scores.

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by gatorlion » Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:57 pm

YCrevolution wrote:
TipTravHoot wrote:
YCrevolution wrote:Version 2.6 will release one day early; the new release date is Sunday, October 04, 2009.
WHAT TIME?!?!

This gave me an erection.
Probably around 11:00am or 12:00pm Eastern.
Hurray for early arrivals! I can't wait to show the new LSP to my students.

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by puppleberry finn » Sat Oct 03, 2009 9:02 pm

I can't wait for new predictor AND new LSAT score. So exciting.

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

Post by nonprofit-prophet » Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:17 am

Nice 2.6 is up! Great job with this program. I noticed that the "% at/below" column no longer changes when I calculate with and without the ED option. Is that an intentional part of the update? I guess the fact that one applied ED doesn't change one's real numbers, so it shouldn't really affect that column, but I noticed that in 2.5 my numbers would go from 53% to 63% when I selected ED.

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Re: Law School Predictor: Version 2.6 released Oct. 04, 2009

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Re: Law School Predictor Official Thread: Version 2.5

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Re: Law School Predictor: Version 2.6 released Oct. 04, 2009

Post by nonprofit-prophet » Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:28 am

that's what i figured. thanks for the response

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Re: Law School Predictor: Version 2.6 released Oct. 04, 2009

Post by lsatguy » Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:32 am

I put in the LSAT score and GPA and it said strong consider for a school. I then played around with it and put the same GPA and an LSAT score of 1 point higher and it moved the same school that was at strong consider down to consider... what gives?

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