rGsgbJsl1 wrote:Kohinoor wrote:Nothing. You're the one who doesn't like the system, not me. I'm just saying that if you want to discuss this, let's not have the misconception that law schools are being forced by some governing authority to admit more minorities than they would otherwise prefer to.
I do think though, that in a way they are forced to evaluate URM candidates differently from non-URMs. If LSAT scores didn't deviate so much across races, there would be no need to weigh a 170 non-URM from a 170 URM. I don't really know if the nature of the LSAT is what accounts for such deviations, but if it does, then LSAC should change it so those deviations are minimized.
Yes, because certain abilities like logic are different for different races. (Sarcasm)
The lsat tests reasoning ability....either you can or you cant...it has nothing to do with race.