Admissions officers have access to certain data from LSAC that we do not.. In addition, this particular admission officer was involved with the diversity program sponsored by LSAC. Im not sure if all have this data or just the ones involved in the programs (TRIALS, PLUS, etc.)newyorker88 wrote:How would an admissions officer know the scores of all black applicants as opposed to just the scores of students that applied to their school?tkgrrett wrote:I attended one of the diversity summer programs that LSAC sponsors with a university to promote diversity. When I updated the program on my LSAT result one of the admission officers shared some stats with me.hiromoto45 wrote:"the number of black applicants with even 165+ and 3.5+ was only around 50 last cycle "
Where did you get this information...that is not accurate at all.
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