jselson wrote:IAFG wrote:Rwong wrote:malleus discentium wrote:So you wrapped up undergrad at 20, were No. 5 in your class, served on the executive board of a LR, had WE, did a federal clerkship and worked your ass off the whole time. Seems to me like you're a special snowflake. Most people acknowledge that some special snowflakes at TTTs can do well. But treating the whole as if it has the characteristics of one part that is unlikely to be representative is 135.
Did I say TTT is for everyone? I said it was the right choice for me and it can be for others. You (as do many others) obviously have your mind set, so there is nothing for me to say. I am out though, as I have a real job to get to tomorrow, while y'all stay here finding justifications for your own choices and putting others down for their own. Have a good night.
I agree, it can be right for some people. But the number of people who think it's right for them when they decide >>>>>> the number of people it actually works out for. Discouraging people from attending TTTs will almost always be doing that person a favor.
Post hoc ergo propter hoc is a, well, you know.
A... completely inapplicable concept to the issue at hand?