My school's online OCI posts the firm listings, a lot of the firms come right out and say "required: Top 15%", is this more a function of their selectivity or my T3 school's status. For example do the listings on websites for schools in the top 50 have the same top 15%, or does a higher ranked school get that % figure pushed back to 20% or top 1/3???--- Im unemployable anyway but ive got 5 dollars riding on it.
I've only seen a few "prefer top 15%", a few "prefer journal" requests. But it doesn't matter. They don't get to pick who they see anyway and even if they did, they wouldn't know anything but the median.
Thorc I saw tons that just said 3.33 or 3.0.
Greenberg, for example, asks for a B+ average and then top 15%. Thats why I think that they just kinda send the same thing to every school as they arent coordinated at all.