Less than 2% ... the likelihood an Asian or Caucasian applicant with an LSAT score lower than 159 (about the 80th percentile nationally) would be admitted in 2000 Law School Admissions to the University of Michigan
... By the Numbers

100% ... the percentage of African-American, Hispanic, and Native American applicants admitted in 2000 with grade point averages between 3.00 and 3.24 (B) and LSAT scores between 156-158 (between the 70th and 80th percentiles nationally)

0% ... the percentage of Asian and Caucasian applicants admitted in 2000 with grade point averages between 3.00 and 3.24 (B) and LSAT scores between 156-158 (between the 70th and 80th percentiles nationally)

50% ... the likelihood an African-American, Hispanic, or Native American applicant with an LSAT score lower than 159 (about the 80th percentile nationally) would be admitted in 2000

Less than 2% ... the likelihood an Asian or Caucasian applicant with an LSAT score lower than 159 (about the 80th percentile nationally) would be admitted in 2000

51% ... the likelihood an African-American, Hispanic, or Native American applicant with a grade point average between 3.00 and 3.24 (B) and an LSAT score above the 40th percentile nationally (148) would be admitted in 2000

17% ... the likelihood an Asian or Caucasian applicant with a grade point average between 3.00 and 3.24 (B) and an LSAT score above the 40th percentile nationally (148) would be admitted in 2000

442 ... the number of Asian and Caucasian applicants who were rejected in 2000 despite the fact that their grade point averages and test scores were precisely the same as African-American, Hispanic, and Native American applicants who were guaranteed admission (i.e., 100% admitted)

January 30, 2003
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