rpupkin wrote:HonestlyThough wrote:I've noticed that many TLSers recommend people turn down Chicago at sticker for full rides at, say, cornell or some other low ranked t13/14/15.
Many of those same people give the opposite advice if the choice is Havard at sticker vs. a full ride at those low t13s.
Doesn't this suggest most TLSers thing Harvard is worth hundreds of thousands more than Chicago?
Although I earlier faulted the hive for being harsh, now it's my turn to be mean: How did you break 160 on the LSAT with such poor logical reasoning skills?
Y'all are incredible. I don't need to tout my LSAT score to know that my ability to reason is just fine. With some of you, I'm a bit worried about those reading comprehension scores, though.
To clarify the above comment, I've been reading the choosing a school threads and came across one where someone was advised to take a 12-15 ranked school at full ride over Chicago when the difference in payment would have been around $120K. AKA Chi wasn't worth $120K more. I saw several threads where people were advised to take Havard at full debt over full rides, meaning it was worth $250-330K more than those schools, giving it a pretty good value gap over Chi according to people who weren't being asked to compare Chi to H. I'm not saying their evaluations are accurate, I'm mostly just pointing out how the advice of TLSers seems to defy logical consistency and reason.
I'm curious, though, are any of you willing to share where you're attending? I'm hoping very few of you are at either of chicago or harvard, as I hope to not have to tolerate your better-than-thou, smarter-than-thou, condescending, know-it-all, bullying attitudes through all of law school. Most of y'all are neither nice nor pleasant. Does being a dick usually get people to listen to you in your normal life? Y'all must have some interesting interpersonal relationships.
thank you to those of you that participated because you actually were willing to share things and ask questions and push me to consider other issues. Had a great talk last night with a chicago student who was really helpful and balanced in their advice.
To the rest of you, I hope this thread provided some sort of anger relief where you could call a stranger on the internet stupid? idk. you do you