I have started school myself, so time is at a premium. Consequently, I haven't really done much with this site for a while, but I occasionally get e-mails from people who have found it helpful, so it´s good to know people are checking it out.
If anyone has any specific questions or anything, I´d be happy to do my best to answer them, and when some time frees up for me, maybe do a little more here. Until then, good luck with your application cycles!
AdmissionsByTheNumbers is a blog devoted to analyzing user-provided applicant data, to see what factors law schools seem to consider important.
Welcome! The goal of this blog is to share my analysis of the free, publicly available user-reported law school applicant data from Law School Numbers. Using the data from Law School Numbers is problematic for a variety of reasons (such as users misreporting their actual information, users creating fake accounts, selection bias, etc.) and if I had access to it, I'd much rather work with the data that schools themselves have on applicants. We have what we have, though. Also, while I do have some facility with the type of statistical analysis I employ in my blog posts, I am far from being a professional statistician. I am doing this solely for the purpose of providing my analysis to interested readers, getting feedback, and generating discussion. What I am not doing is prescribing courses of action for law school applicants, or pretending to actually know what goes on behind closed doors in law school admission committees' meetings. I am, however, interested in looking at the story the numbers seem to portray, and sharing that with people with similar interests. I think I'll be able to provide a lot of interesting, and perhaps even helpful, analysis here, but at the end of the day, it is up to the individual law school applicant to put together applications and application strategies tailored to his or her own hopes and goals.
Monday, November 4, 2013
Lack of updates
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