Rigo wrote:Just because you get a great outcome as a k-jd doesn't mean it wouldn't have been better to wait.
It does if the prospects for a great outcome are worse in the future due to uncertainty in the law school admmissions world. That uncertainty comes from the Prosper act and the GRE as explained pre chorus of the Ad Hominems. You know that famous bird in the hand vs 1.1 birds in the bush argument.
Waiting and gaining experience has value. However, certainty has value too. We know what the law school admissions landscape looks like today. We will know what offers we have if we apply this year. The certainty of a good outcome today will trump waiting to see if things change as they might and prevent us from securing the same outcome in the future.
I'm not even arguing that my outcome(currently just a full ride just outside of the top 14) justifies it. But outcomes I hope to get this cycle and that plenty of KJDs with my numbers have gotten before certainly would.
I don't know if the OP will get an outcome that he, you, or I would consider worth it. If TLS hasn't revealed itself to him as too much of a cess pool of ad hominem attacks masquerading as help, then we may yet find out.