How accurate is this ranking of importance for admission?1. Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) 2. Grade Point Average (GPA) 3. Personal Statement 4. Letters of Recommendation 5. Undergraduate Institution 6. Grade Trends 7. Major and Difficulty of Courses 8. Work Experience and/or Graduate Degrees 9. Writing Skill (from personal statement and Lsat writing sample)10. Extracurricular Activities Another question, do the top law schools care about extracurriculars? I feel that there would be so many people with high GPA and Lsats applying to these top schools that something such as leadership qualities could be the X factor. Please correct any of my misconceptions. Thanks.
Well ranking them would help me focus on what I need. I thought that the SATs was the most important factor in undergrad admissions with GPA second and I got screwed because I had very limited extraccuricular activities.