So, I got waitlisted today from UCLA. I was a bit shocked since my LSAT is a 157. Yes, my GPA is high (3.92). But, come on, numerous people have high GPA's and have solid LSAT scores. Not sure why they waitlisted me and not just rejected me. The only things I can think of is that I have a science minor and that my PS was pretty solid.
Is UCLA known for waitlisting more people than other schools? Should I just take this with a grain of salt? They mentioned in the letter that applicants have not been placed in specific order on the waitlist.
So what are the chances I actually get into this school? I say .001%.