I was just looking at the key to the online summary report. I've noticed that a few people have mentioned things on other threads about the mean GPAs for the school sounding very high - forgive me if I'm misinterpreting this, but I believe I read correctly that the GPA is calculated from the population of students who have registered for the LSAT. It would seem to hold to me that although at some schools (ie, lots of poli sci, philosophy, etc) everybody and their brother registers for the LSATs, but at others only a few top students take an interest in law. So the latter could have a higher average GPA but it may not be due to grade inflation whatsoever. Does this follow, or am I nuts?