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Friday, April 13, 2012

Top 14 Law Schools Need to Admit Applicants With <170 LSATs to Fill Their Incoming Classes

LSAT Blog, How *Much* Easier to Gain Admission to Top 14 Law Schools?:

Recent size of incoming classes at T14 (in total): ~4,497
Applicants this cycle with 170+ scores: ~3,538
Applicants last cycle with 170+ scores: ~4,401

It will be impossible for the top-14 law schools to maintain enrollment numbers for the Class of 2015 similar to those of recent classes without dipping deep into the pool of applicants with LSAT scores in the 160s.

LSAT Chart

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