franklin14 wrote:Patriot29: My friends in law school have all unanimously stated that LSAT performance has little/nothing to do with LS performance. Finals are different, tear it up when you get there man. Hope you make it in to CU and don't have to leave your promised land. Don't let the obnoxiously condescending offers to up your score for a price deter you.
I don't believe suggesting LSAT tutoring is obnoxious OR condescending. Nor did anyone indicate that LSAT was a great predictor of law school success.
However, it is common knowledge that:
1) Better LSAT = better offers for $$ or admission (unless you applied to Minnesota)
2) Test anxiety severely affecting your score is something that needs to be controlled, or it will have an impact on bar passage.
No condescension or obnoxiousness. Just facts.