Stanford stays above Harvard, but NYU falls one spot to tie with Chicago. Penn stays the same. Michigan falls one spot.
I can't believe these obnoxious Michigan students, who use the board not to share information, but to socialize (as pathetic as that is)
NYU looks like their 25th LSAT fell to 167.
I think UF will drop...LSAT average FELL to a 159...from a 161/2 last year...
http://www.law.nyu.edu/depts/admissions/faq/jd.html#q9If that is this most recent cycle it would mean a drop of a point.
75th Percentile LSAT: 161 Median LSAT: 159 25th Percentile LSAT: 155 UF dropping is a safe bet. Going to a 400 person class is going to hurt the school tremendously. No way they ever get back up to numbers from a 200 person class
Quote from: Somewhere on December 26, 2006, 06:52:35 PMhttp://www.law.nyu.edu/depts/admissions/faq/jd.html#q9If that is this most recent cycle it would mean a drop of a point. Thanks. Interesting, but I think maybe this is from two cycles ago. We'll see...
Tulane will drop ever so slightly I think. SMU might as well. Houston will continue downward as will Baylor.
When will the rankings come out, or when do they usually come out?