is there an easy way to see how many students are 1L's at the top 50 vs. the other 137? i would venture a guess that it's proportionally less than 50/187. and that would make it even more impressive to go to a tier 1 school.

Quote from: TDPookie1 on November 21, 2004, 04:13:02 PMis there an easy way to see how many students are 1L's at the top 50 vs. the other 137? i would venture a guess that it's proportionally less than 50/187. and that would make it even more impressive to go to a tier 1 school.That is a very interesting thought, pookie. I also began to think about the fact that a good amount of T1 schools have limited class sizes. Yale, Penn, and Duke have b/t 120-220 students per class. However, the fact that Harvard and G-Town have larger classes (600-900) may throw this factor out the window after the pencil is dull and the math is added up.