Philosopher King wrote:ben4847 wrote:PK: I think you ought to consider that the adcomms response to your complaining will probably be pretty similar to our response. So just leave the whole thing out. Retake with your stupid accommodations, take law school exams with your stupid accommodations, and try to make the cut during the summer and as an attorney.
However, if your undergrad grades were also with accommodations, and that is how you have your good GPA, you might not want to alert the adcomms to that fact (if your undergrad doesn't report it).
I'm not going to complain about it to the adcomms. My UGPA was with accommodations (time-and-a-half) but I only used it on some of my tests. On a few occasions I will need all of my extra time. Without it my GPA would probably be a 3.85-3.9 or something like that I would guess. It wouldn't have too huge of an impact on that but remember that I have psychological testing that proves I get these accommodations under the ADA so that my performance reflects my true abilities rather than the limits imposed by my disability. . Of course I wouldn't tell the adcomms this!
Right. So don't include your rant about the supposed illegality.
And don't tell employers about your law school accommodations. And hope to blazes that you actually can do the legal work as efficiently as someone without your "disability."
And continue providing us with entertainment in the form of these threads.
And do sue LSAC, so that there will be a funny post about it on ATL.