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MDB408 wrote:By T-10 schools? Will a 170+ be looked at any differently?? Just wondering...
As much as you'd like to think it wouldn't, they will not view a a regular 175 the same as an extended-time 175. Luckily, for their USNWR numbers its the same, but if you take people on here who got a 170 and gave them extra time, they could pull a 175, and law schools know that. (Without talking about how fair or unfair that might be)
And, law schools care about what their alumni will do career wise - and people need extra time to get their score will likely not contribute as much as people who dont.
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ManOfTheMinute wrote:rad lulz wrote:ManOfTheMinute wrote:And, law schools care about what their alumni will do career wise
Anecdotal job placement data shows that schools sorta don't.
Even at T-10 schools?
They care enough to give people "fellowships" to inflate employment stats, but they really haven't decreased tuition or class sizes, so no.
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