Quote from: InVinoVeritas on September 08, 2005, 03:36:11 PMGeorgetown's incoming class is almost double the size of michigan's. that leaves a lot of space for people who fall below the LSAT and GPA medians.That's very true, but the admissions process at Georgetown is a lot more numbers oriented than Michigan. Look at LSN graphs if you don't agree. Both schools say that even a 4.0 and 180 doesnt guarantee admission, but really, only at Michigan will the file get a second-look before a decision is made.
Georgetown's incoming class is almost double the size of michigan's. that leaves a lot of space for people who fall below the LSAT and GPA medians.
I do not understand why UMich has lower medians for both LSAT and GPA than Georgetown, but on all the calculators (chiatshu, lsac's etc) it shows it as being significantly harder? Is it just that they are looking at so many other factors?I am trying to decide where I have the best chance with a 3.5/169 for early decisionThanks