pcwcecac wrote:Philosopher King wrote:pcwcecac wrote:Sorry bro. I thought you had disabilities. I guess...I dunno what your story would be. But what you wrote above is ok!
I'm mildly autistic but I don't have any disability that stands out if you met me. In some ways my life has been easy (great parents, middle class upbringing, etc.) but in other ways it has been hard. I got bullied as a child, I would get so stressed that I would cry and freak out, I got obsessed with stuff, and other such problems. I'm better know but there's certain things I just can't get away from because I am who I am.
In your other thread, you mentioned that you went to a special ed high school. That, combined with the topic of this thread lead me to make the inference that you had some form of disability. Sorry for being presumptuous.
You've been through a lot. It is not an easy journey from special ed to 155 on the LSAT. My friend, that should be your story.
Study as hard as you can and retake. I have confidence that you can reach 160 or even 165.
EDIT: I also admire the fact that you can take so much beating on these threads and continue to defend your point of view. Such tenacity is probably what transformed you from your high school years to a 4.0 college student. Some of these motherfuckers need to have some perspective.
This particular individual is just complaining for the sake of complaining. If he had a mental disability that caused him to be a genius on the LSAT and struggle with his GPA, he'd be complaining that the GPA is used too much. Book it.