NYC-WVU wrote:haus wrote:NYC-WVU wrote:I agree with this. I just don't agree with the concept of "severe, short time crunches don't happen when you're an actual lawyer."
Sure, as a lawyer, as in life in general, real situations of importance will occur that are extremely critical and time crunched. Yet they will seldom, if ever, involve a scantron form.
Yep, that's definitely true, and nowhere near the same as saying "taking the LSAT is nothing like practicing law."
Eh, I'll stand by that statement. I don't care if you want to parse it out. It is ludicrous to argue that the LSAT predicts job performance in any way. Not even LSAC would attempt to claim that they are measuring real job skills of practicing lawyers.
I don't even know what point you are trying to make.
But,I guess I'm arguing for the sake of arguing because LSAC has already approved this consent decree,which should be in effect for the September exam,if I read it correctly.