Law school admission personal statement

Adjusted scores lie in a bell curve , tapering off at the extremes and concentrating near the median . For example, there might be a 3–5 question difference between a score of 175 and a score of 180, but the difference between a 155 from a 160 could be 9 or more questions--this is because the LSAT uses an ordinal grading system. Although the exact percentile of a given score will vary slightly between examinations, there tends to be little variance. The 50th percentile is typically a score of about 151; the 90th percentile is around 165 and the 99th is about 173. A 178 or better usually places the examinee in the percentile.

  • October 5, 2017
    Fear 2 Freedom: CUA Law students support survivors of sexual assault
  • October 4, 2017
    CUA Law Professor Mary Leary testified before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Oct. 3 regarding online sex trafficking and the need to amend the Communications Decency Act
  • September 29, 2017
    CUA Women’s Law Caucus Hosts Meet the Women’s Bar Association Event
  • September 28, 2017
    CUA Law Students Attend Senator Casey’s Keystone Coffee
  • September 28, 2017
    The Honorable Thomas B. Griffith Delivers Faith in Action talk on Lawyers and the Atonement

Law school admission personal statement

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