QuoteThrow out the LSAT test score, it is now a formality, but you would want to impress the Regents. Currently, you have a 59.2% chance in getting into any law school. 83,371 for the 49,414 Freshman seats for 2008-2009 admissions.
Is this actually an elaborate flame? I'm just....... speechless.
I think he meant that using the percentages of applications compared to the percentage of acceptances is a bit daft when deciding probabilities. Those with different lsat scores and gpas have way different probabilities than each other. You can not just generalize and say 59% chance of getting into law school lmao