« on: October 28, 2005, 01:14:31 PM »
Honestly I think you should have no trouble getting into all the schools you listed, and should apply to UCLA too.
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But US News only knows the LSAT score of two people in the class, the 25th %ile and the 75th %ile. After that, schools have a lot of wiggle room. If your average is above the 25th and your highest is below the 75th, then the score a school chooses to consider for you has no bearing on how US News calculates its rankings. Beyond that, there are plenty of reasons why schools might adopt a highest-is-best policy, especially if the highest is the most recent. I'm actually surprised more haven't.