« on: November 06, 2006, 09:08:26 AM »
I'm anti-troop... the job though, not the people.
I agree that this thread sucks. I move that we take our sorry asses somewhere else.
I would much prefer to live in a country without soldiers than a country without teachers.
Can't I just live in a country and let soldiers and teachers live in peace??
No!! You have to be for or against. Either you hate the soldiers or you hate the teachers.
I know someone personally who went to a school in the middle of T1 and wishes he would have gone to a lower ranked school because he believes he would have been ranked higher in those classes.
My favorite test taker in the room this past June was this very yummy looking blond surfer boy who kept sighing loudly like the fate of the world was in his pencil. At first it threw me off, and then I decided to take it as a smug indicator that he was bombing the test and setting the curve... is that bad?
It appears that Cooley is increasing selectivity, so they will likely rise again next year.
Cooley Admission Formula
UGPA x 15 + Highest LSAT score = Admission Index
For classes in the 2006-07 academic year (September 2006, January 2007, and May 2007) the minimum index is 185, with a minimum LSAT score of 142 required for regular admission.
For classes in the 2007-08 academic year (September 2007, January 2008, and May 2008) the minimum index is 186, with a minimum LSAT score of 143 required for regular admission.