Alexandros wrote:oopsu812 wrote:Alexandros wrote:oopsu812 wrote:I'm just selfishly hoping it'll help people in the 3.8ish, 175+ range, lol.
If (for instance) CLS's GPA shoots up and its LSAT stays the same, folks like us will be just another brick in the wall.
@34 - I agree that it would hurt reverse splitters (perhaps the most), but it would also hurt splitters. I think it would help people who would otherwise be reverse splitters - Applicants who could do well on the GRE but not the LSAT (but didn't actually take the latter).
I do agree that's it's too soon to say on all these fronts - and I hope things won't change very fast, if they do. My point is only that there are a great deal of potential negatives and not many positives (unless you count the short term interests of HLS).
That's pretty much my biggest fear. I'm counting on schools like CLS for money lol.
Tbh I'm thinking about dumping law school and letting my LSAT expire, because I think I could retake and get 175+ if I changed my mind. But if no more LSAT and higher tuition 5-10 yrs down the road I'm stuck with an unimpressive GPA and debtfucked.
Yeah, I'm really happy I was talked out of taking the LSAT this year. I would hate to be in your position.