"Applicants' LSAT scores and undergraduate grade point averages (GPAs) are important criteria to evaluate academic ability. Applicants may use the mean LSAT percentile and undergraduate GPA of the previous year’s admitted applicant pool (97th percentile and 3.81, respectively, for applicants admitted in 2002) as a guide for assessing their chances of admission. Because Boalt takes other factors into account in making admission decisions, higher or lower scores and grades neither ensure nor preclude admission."Louder, you are using the words unqualified and underqualified liberally and without justification. Evidently your definition does not parallel that of the Boalt Hall admissions committee.
Bombs,As my GPA indicates, I obviously have no trouble with final exams. You have under a 3.5. What's your excuse? Did you have a bad four years?
Chris:Did you get in ANYWHERE?? Just curious: your ferocity this morning suggests otherwise.