I submitted mine at 11:58 (I wish I was kidding)!
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What makes no sense is the lack of understanding here.
Let's make it clear.
For every 100 non-ABA approved law degree holders that take the NY bar, a group that includes U of T grads, on average, 36 pass and 64 fail.
You're right, U of T grads as a subset of that larger 100% could very well do better than the average as they may be more intelligent, etc, but that doesn't change the fact that they're included in the non-ABA group. They form a subset of people within that larger group (who may fare better/raise the average, etc). Just like white people form a subset of people who take the LSAT. That's all I'm saying.
It would be interesting if there were stats kept by U of T (or any Canadian school, for that matter) on how their grads fare specifically - whether they're better or worse than the average on the NY bar, which is 36% for people with non-ABA approved degrees, versus 74% overall.