Several of us have been on these boards for years (yes, years), have seen where people get in with what numbers, and generally are fairly accurate with our assessments (esp. where they conern URMs, which are easier to predict than other applicants). Law school is a numbers game. Don't fool yourself into thinking otherwise. We all like to think they look "beyond the numbers." Well, they don't (save a very few schools like Yale and Stanford). There might be a different standard for URMs, but it's still about the numbers even at that different standard. Unless you've done something truly amazing (and being a student legislator, feeding the homeless, being a "Morehouse Man," etc. don't even count as amazing), it's the numbers that matter.