Teflon_Jeff wrote:Obvious troll. No one graduates that early with that GPA without being able to take a test.
Correct response: Fire. Kill trolls with fire.
My LSAT score may suck, but you my friend are not that smart. Not too sure how I indicated troll behavior or what benefit I would get from it? If this topic isn't appropriate or seems fishy in anyway please remove me from the database. Not getting my feelings hurt about it don't worry.
Because it's a slow morning, I'll level up with some Troll battles, sure.
A good GPA takes 4+ years of solid work and time.
A good LSAT takes a few months, tops. It is worth literally tens of thousands of dollars.
With even a 160, you would be getting scholarship offers from Tier 1 and 2 schools. You could probably even nail a full ride to a not-terrible school. Over $100,000 for taking a year off and taking a test. You won't make that in the first year of practicing at your family's firm, so which is more valuable?
I'm not saying you shouldn't attend these schools. I'm saying you shouldn't pay for it. An acquaintance of mine just graduated from a TTTT school. had a job lined up before he even went, has no biglaw aspirations. He went to the cheapest school because he's going to be a small firm lawyer until he dies. (or retires, whatever) But he went on a full-ride+ stip. If you had that, then go, by all means. But you don't. You're (theoretically) going to spend a butt load of money (according to my precise measurements) to accomplish something that isn't worth the investment.
(I say theoretically because I'm convinced this is still a troll. But like I said, slow morning)