You may want to spend some time in the employment forum, you my friend are stupid. If data isn't going to convince you, no amount of rationale will.
convinces me, not website stats. But, whatever dude...who cares at this point?! Last year I interviewed at least 50 attorneys in Atlanta because I was considering LS....well, according to my research, (1) the lsat had NOTHING to do with the attorney's overall success..like I said, most couldn't even give me a solid answer on what they scored on the test and (2) the so-called "tier" of school, which is really just another bullshit construct (according to me) also had VERY LITTLE to do with the lawyer's salary. The only Harvard grad interviewed had gone into education. But, whatever. You're right. If the numbers show that T3/T4 grads eat dog shit, then, fine. But, as long as there are exceptions to this, I FEEL ALIVE. Because we all know that you're
on your way to biglaw, right???!!!!
Lastly, do you see why you did poorly on the LSAT? I'll lay out a parallel reasoning and tell me if you can spot the flaw. "I know some attorneys that are employed and make bank who went to bad schools. I also know there is factual data that has been collected by reputable people who say that it is extremely hard to get those kinds of jobs from bad schools. Therefore, since I know some people that have gotten good jobs from bad schools, the data is false."
Gee, now I'm really impressed with your logic skills and mastery of Powerscore books. Let me guess: You got into Yale? Harvard? And, btw, I just took the Oct test, but my study regiment was basically reading about 70% of the Bibles, less than 20 PTs with scores ranging from 166 to 171. I read this fucking site like a maniac, only to learn that most were like you, mechanical dickweeds that mainline stats, ignoring reality. Well, if that makes me stupid, then I happily accept the diss.