« on: June 09, 2004, 11:43:06 AM »
Much has been made of the importance of the combination of GPA and LSAT scores in the application process. However, this combination does not reflect the difficulty of the undergraduate school where the GPA was earned. For instance, if one gets a 4.0 at a community college or 3-4th tier school (coupled with say a 168 LSAT) are they in a better position than their counterpart who earned a 3.7 at a top ten liberal arts college (and also recieved a 168)? I mean, getting straight A's at crappy colleges is not hard, let's be serious. Someone please enlighten me as to the extent that undergraduate college plays in law school admissions.