Desert Fox wrote:HeavenWood wrote:jrwhitedog wrote:Mike12188 wrote:Splitters are just people who got LUCKY on the LSAT, essentially idiots. I'm sure they do horrible in law school.
Then why the so claimed smart people just can't do well in lsat? You are so ridiculous.
The only reason the splitters are lucky is because they are smart but just not dedicated enough during their undergraduate studies. To be fair,I believe lsat is a better way than gpa to test your intelligence.
I was a splitter (2180/3.2) when applying to UG. Now I'm a semi-reverse splitter (166/3.94). Sometimes people turn their work ethics around--something my HS GPA would not have predicted.
I was a reverse splitter 4.2/4.0 with a 31 ACT. Now I'm a 176/2.8.
Did you take the SATs?