Eberry wrote:OP will be a great lawyer because he defends justice and obviously likes to argue. All of you are just h8ers.
"...likes to argue..."
One of the absolute worst reasons to become a lawyer. Great lawyers don't like to "argue", they love the arts of persuasion and deal-making...arts they spend their lives trying to perfect. I know it seems like semantics but it isn't. I suppose average public defenders "like to argue", and they spend their lives doing it in futility...for peanuts!
They like to argue about how their (usually but not always guilty) clients are innocent. They like to argue over ambiguous evidence, etc. If you want to be that kind of lawyer, I suppose there's value in that.
A good public defender develops the art of the deal, because he understands that most of his clients are guilty and will admit it to him. When he goes to court, he goes based on a good probability of winning, say about 70%.
I haven't even mentioned corporate attorneys, etc. Superior lawyering is not about arguing, and it's not about playing fair either. It's about winning. To do that, one must argue as little as possible.
My point is, OP focused his energy on another test-taker for absolutely no personal reward himself. He essentially got into an argument with...himself, and now he's paying the price! he should have kept his mouth shut and took his test!