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Jgunnz

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Is the Multiple LSATs Data at LawSchoolNumbers.com Legitimate?
« on: December 28, 2004, 02:16:10 PM »
I am having some trouble seeing how a statement such as:

Georgetown usually takes the highest LSAT score if you have taken the LSAT twice. Please address any mitigating circumstances you feel the committee should address. (Georgetown Website)
Turns into:
Conditional: Georgetown if score is +5 or better.
(LawSchoolNumbers.com Website)

or

Fordham: "We average all scores" (E-mail from admissions officer)
becomes
Conditional: Fordham if score is +10 or better.(LawSchoolNumbers.com Website)

Do the LawSchoolNumbers.com claims have any basis in fact?
Any thoughts?

~Justin
Brooklyn Law Prince Scholar ($17.5K per year)