kapital98 wrote:californiauser wrote:I don't get it. Why are TTT students so gung-ho about studying in law school when they could have put that same effort into studying the LSAT and gone to a better school?
Believe it or not, some people can't get 170+ on the LSAT (that's why only ~2% of people do). Even if they could, they're not going to take the LSAT 3+ times to get a coveted 170. There is a considerable degree of uncertainty to bank on your time spent studying translating into a 170+.
This is on par with: "I don't understand why people don't just get a 3.9 GPA and go to a T14?"
(I don't usually hang around these threads. Forgive me if I just baited a troll. I'm taking it you're serious?)
You don't need a 170 to get into a T14, URM or not. Pretty ridiculous to suggest that if you don't get a 170 you can't get into a T14 -- plus, it isn't TTT or T14. A lot of the schools on the list I quoted are legit TTTT.