drgodfather wrote:Jackie O wrote:drgodfather wrote:DanInALionsDen wrote:That said, you also seem to have some sort of personality disorder.
Are you a psychiatrist or psychologist?
All of this seems so odd to me, law schools only care about their stats and not the kind of people that get admitted? With the logic used in this thread it makes me feel like an elementary education major with a 3.5 would be better than a pharmacy major with a 3.4. If they aren't going to analyze the candidate and only the numbers then I don't see why anyone would apply to law school, it gives me the impression they really don't care about the students.
oh quit your whining - law schools care about their admission stats; LSAT and gpa are the most important factors. If it comes down to you and an education major with the same numbers (assuming all else is equal) you would likely be accepted over that individual. If someone has a higher gpa than you, even if it is some BS major - it helps their stats; simply being a pharmacist is not enough of a wow factor for you to fly to the top of the applicants.
Does this mentality exist in the law schools below the top 14?
If by mentality you mean knowledge of admissions statistics, then yes, as I'm a non-T14 0L.