A professor at Pepperdine University School of Law did an analysis of LSAT scores and undergraduate GPAs of students who enrolled in law schools in the United States in 2013. I like the result he came up with: students who majored in music as undergraduates were among the top students, right up there with economics and philosophy majors.
You’ll find the analysis here. I saw the link to it here.
Of course my music school classmates Paul and Jeff could have told you the same thing. Last I knew, Paul was still playing professionally, but I suspect that the dust on Jeff’s saxophone case is about as thick as the dust on my bassoon case. I do still play the piano, at least.
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