I have some real problems with that calculator. First, that calculator is supposed to function by taking the information available in the ABA approved law school guide applicant profiles and matching you up. The problem, however, is that if you actually use the applicant profile to see where you are manually the results are vastly different than from what the calculator will tell you. For example, if you want to get into UF law and you have a 158/3.8 and 2002 data says 49/100 people got in with a 3.75+/155-159 then you know your chances (excluding all the non-quantitative factors) of getting in are about 49%. The calculator will tell you your chances are 60-80%. This is a huge difference, and this happens for every other school. Not even counting the upward trends in student selectivity from year to year, if I had listened to that calculator in deciding where I would apply I would have been rejected across the board. I have tried to talk to the LSAC about this but they generally have simply ignored my e-mails or don't really know what to say (I should have asked to talk to a higher up). It's a scary thought that thousands of people might be using that calculator to determine where they will apply.