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Of course LSAT is the only pre-admission metric available. Also does this control for various forms of grade inflation? And is there a tighter fit with a subset of courses' GPAs? Asking for a friend at a law school on the edge.

I've been thinking of doing a post on this. I don't have any data to back it up though. I think there are some easy checks a law school could do if they had someone who knew data analysis.

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