bjsesq wrote:El Dangeroso wrote:Numbers just get you a spot in the game, my friend, and don't mean anything after that.
And obviously I'm a student. But do I have an interest in getting quality students to come to my school? Well ya. Appeal to ego? Sure, it's effective buddy-boy. Logic is for the LSAT and Property class.
At least you openly admit you are full of shit.
I am just kind of bored. But, I honestly do believe you should have to perform and meet a certain cut off in order to keep your scholarship. Yes, Iowa's stipulation is very high, but if an individual is comfortable with assuming that risk, and they understand the difficulty in attaining a nearly top-third rank, then there is nothing predatory in setting that stipulation. I'm not naive enough to think that every incoming law student takes the stipulation under consideration...but everyone should to be a responsible consumer and realize the difficulty in this endeavor before accepting a scholarship. That's a normative statement...but so be it. But the other guy is probably right...this person has surely made his decision by now.