« on: December 09, 2007, 02:53:28 PM »
Anyone else notice that at this time last year the top 25 schools were a bit more stingy on what LSAT scores they were accepting? Take HLS for example, the LSAT scores of the approximately 55 accepted applicants this year go a few points lower than the 55 people accepted last year at this time, 12/9/06.
Same thing for Minnesota and Iowa and some of the other schools that admit students early in the process. Iowa and Minnesota don't have a lot of admitted students at this point, but there are a few that would not have been accepted until Feburary, based on last year's cycle. Anyone notice a similar trend for other schools?
I've already been accepted to one school that I assumed would not get back to me for at least a couple of months b/c of where I fit on their index.