logistikon wrote:Gotti wrote:logistikon wrote:Aggiegrad2011 wrote:It's sad that law is such a numbers-driven field that a single bad day on the LSAT can really, truly wipe out 4 years of hard work and determination whereas you can jack up 2 entire years of undergrad, wake up, get decent grades and still get into a top 14 school with a solid LSAT day. This is imbalanced in a system already full of imbalances. But like I said before, I "own" my LSAT performance and am not trying to make excuses for it or anything of the sort.
this is why you didn't do well on the lsat. circular reasoning.
This is unnecessary...stop being an asshole and going back to old posts to find something to comment negatively about
& She's right. A high GPA earned over 4 years of hard work should have more weight than a test you study for for 3 months.
for what reason is this true other than the terrible one given by aggiegrad? and of course, ignoring the fact that lsat score is a consistently better indicator of success in law school than gpa?
gpa>lsat advocates seem to always have this bizarre atittude that law schools care about lsat more than gpa for no reason, as if it's baffling to them. get real.
lol you need to check your facts. The LSAT has a very weak correlation on how students do in law school. The only correlation it has is about 16% with 1L and absolutely no correlation with 2L and 3L. Get real.
Okay /debate...I want to keep this thread positive, too, but I definitely had to comment on logistikon's unnecessary snide comment on an old post. I'm done now...back to positivity!!!