Camelbx, I had the same experience with UH. This year, it seems that they are again trying to increase their median numbers over the 2003 stats. I have a 160/3.3 from Texas A&M with 4 years experience in the IT industry and I just received my rejection letter from UH Law. I had my application in at UH by the beginning of October, so it wasn't because I applied too late. It sickens me that I would have pretty much been an "automatic admit" had I applied a few years ago when I graduated college. I am geographically bound to Houston right now because my husband has a great job in Houston, so I am debating just going to South Texas (where I was quickly admitted) or waiting another year, trying to increase my LSAT, and reapplying to UH. I know South Texas is technically rated as a 4th tier school, but I know of many successful attorneys and judges around Houston that graduated from South Texas. I don't know what to do. Spend another year trying to increase my LSAT score significantly (b/c UH takes the avg. of two scores), or quit the bull and start South Texas in the fall?