atresia wrote:Extreme cases are obviously different. In general, though, I doubt most of those sub-160s had stories similar to the one you outlined above. Look, I believe in making breaks and beating the odds, but for a plurality of those applicants, the $75 wasn't worth it. Plain and simple.
You're extremely arrogant and condescending. If a below average applicant wants to give it a shot who are YOU to discourage them? What a lawyer you'd be. To the OP don't pay attention to this fool I wish you all the luck. Too bad there's no test for character atresia bec you'd FAIL. I've been on this site a short while and frankly am sick of all the arrogant people. Same goes for patriot1208 - maybe YOU lack soft factors, or at least part of your brain. Shaggier1 too etc.
lol, nice, you called out shaggier. That guy seems wicked reasonable. Which, in and of itself, is a reason to call him out. Reasonable people have no place in the legal profession.
I guess I'm having a hard time understanding what's being discussed in this thread. Your odds of getting into an Ivy League law school with an LSAT below 160 are astronomically small. You must be an URM, and have some incredibly unique and compelling reason that would cause a school to overlook your inability to score well on a test that everyone else was able to handle much more easily. I'd say give it a shot if it's just one school. Just don't hold your breath.