fallingup wrote:dingbat wrote:Let's test this theory, and get someone to apply with a 135/2.5 to every law school in the country, but add some stellar credentials (not nobel prize, but maybe a title like Vice President). We'll see what happens.
I don't think someone like that belongs in law school and wouldn't be surprised if they got rejected everywhere despite their great soft(s). The bottom line is that law school is a poor match for this person's talents. Just because you fail the LSAT doesn't mean you aren't an intelligent and valuable contributor - it just means that you should probably go contribute your intelligence and value in a different field/program.
No shit someone like that doesn't belong in law school.
auto-reject does exist (except if, say, Barack Obama personally calls the dean of Harvard, or something like that), the problem is we don't know where it lies