Bildungsroman wrote:I personally think that anyone who gets under a 3.9 GPA is probably a lazy jerkoff with a lizard brain, but whatever.
ummm Okay, try some pre-med classes, then rethink this sentiment.
Been there, done that. I think the difficulty of those classes is exaggerated by the large number of people taking them that are just not cut out for the field. People who talk about the sciences as being exceedingly difficult should learn to select a major that plays to their strengths.
Also, if you didn't notice, I was attempting to satirize this thread and its ridiculous level of elitism. Sure, probably more than 2% of LSAT takers could, with enough time and practice, perform at the level that is currently required to place in the 98+ percentile. But people talking about how anyone who can't get x score is an idiot are really just engaging in Grade A horseshit, failing to recognize that, while the LSAT may to some degree be correlated to intelligence, it is not a strong enough correlation to categorically say "anyone who can't hit a 1## is an idiot".