I am saying, quite simply, that if the LSAT is, as it claims to be, racially neutral, then the numbers will be the same for people of all races. If one race scores consistently lower than another, then the people at LSAC should look into that. However, I am not aware that this is the truth, and would like to see some proof. But, furthermore, it logically follows that if people of all race can get the same score, and people of all race can receive comparable GPAs, then there is no reason to give preferential treatment to minorities, as long as a proportionate level of minorities are admitted. This, I think, is better than slavishly adding 5 to the LSAT score of a member of a minority, or better than upping their index by X points.