dosiag wrote:Sorry but my friends and I never sugar-caot anything to make people feel better. I'm not saying this because it's hard or I'm not going to score high. It's just my opinion.
i might have to go with veyron on this one (or at least his first point haha) -- i mean, there have been studies done on this, and while these things arent perfect, they easily trump anecdotal evidence
what was the correlation again for LSAT and 1 yr success at law schools? like +0.4 or something; mind you, this isnt AMAZING, but it is prob the best thing out there (at the moment)...if you combine GPA and LSAT, it goes even higher
so at least for the first yr, the LSAT is the best available indicator for law school performance -- far from a great predictor, but the 'best available'...which, in the context of things, means it should be a pretty decent reflection of your ability to do well in law school