You've got some anger yourself. Actually, as we've outlined in this thread, top schools can be cheaper even than state schools for the right applicants.
Going to a good undergrad (I didn't) does
say something about your intelligence.[/quote]
Going to a good undergrad says nothing about your intelligence. It says something about how hard you worked in high school and how well you did on the SAT/ACT (which don't claim to measure intelligence and are very learnable).[/quote]
lol. How'd you do on them? You seem very unhappy in this thread (and in a couple others where I've seen you). Is something troubling you lately?[/quote]
I'm fine. Maybe a little too much steam to blow off now that I don't have LSAT prep work to occupy my time and efforts, but I'm sure that will pass.
Also, I kicked ass on the SAT/ACT. But I'm not here to brag, because who gives a shit about high school standardized tests any more?
upwardtrend wrote:Going to a T10 definitely says something about intelligence. I doubt anyone would argue against the thought that the average student from a T10 is decidedly more academically accomplished than the avg student at a typical state school.
If this were an assumption question on the LSAT I would point out that this argument only makes sense if academic accomplishment is a measure of intelligence.[/quote]
and mallard's statement, if true, would strengthen the argument.