Is the quality of education at T-14 schools really better.

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Re: Is the quality of education at T-14 schools really better.

Postby jonas586 » Tue Mar 09, 2010 7:17 pm

Unemployed wrote:There's a difference between "participating" and actually contributing. Whenever someone says something stupid, I automatically assume he/she had a TTT LSAT score. Like a 170. :twisted:

In all seriousness, very few people are qualified to opine on this issue. Ask a transfer student. If I had to guess, probably not. But they do offer better employment opportunities. Is that justified? Who knows. Who cares. It's one of the rules of the game.

You must have gotten a 170 on your LSAT

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Re: Is the quality of education at T-14 schools really better.

Postby Unemployed » Tue Mar 09, 2010 7:44 pm

jonas586 wrote:
Unemployed wrote:There's a difference between "participating" and actually contributing. Whenever someone says something stupid, I automatically assume he/she had a TTT LSAT score. Like a 170. :twisted:

In all seriousness, very few people are qualified to opine on this issue. Ask a transfer student. If I had to guess, probably not. But they do offer better employment opportunities. Is that justified? Who knows. Who cares. It's one of the rules of the game.

You must have gotten a 170 on your LSAT


There are exceptions to the rule.




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