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Lawyer2012 wrote:dresden doll wrote:Sounds suspiciously close to my experience. My professors were pretty great, IMO, and some of my classmates were fun to hang out with but I definitely wouldn't consider them too bright. And administration was truly awful - I think that tends to be the common thread for toilet institutions in general. I despised our Dean of Students.
Wow, did we go to the same school or something? lol Great professors, cool but dim classmates, and a horribly inefficient, money-grubbing adminstration with an evil Dean.
On another note, I just don't get why people expect to take the LSAT cold and, by virtue of their self-perceived intelligence, score high enough to get into law school.
Can anyone beat my undergrad institution's lowly 55% in the 0-19th percentile? I'm curious!
I know this is couple years old but my UG has yours beat. 56%
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InGoodFaith wrote:DefyingGravity wrote:idk about u guys, but looking at this list definitely gives me an ego boost:)
Doing better then most Harvard kids = Winning at life
Sort of, because after they decide they aren't going to law school they go work at Bain, Mickinsey etc... Whereas those of us who go to law school are well, in law school. (I thought I was awesome for doing better than Harvard kids too until after 2L oci)