I am just saying LSN and TLS are viewed as being entirely representative of law school applicants and I truly do not believe this is correct. I believe that much of our competition does not post here and probally the most competitive applicants (eg the 178+ 3.9+ former VP of Operations for Microsoft would neither have the time nor the inclination to search for reassurance online) and perhaps current law students and 0Ls are not the sole canonical source for LS knowledge.
Who says that LSN/TLS are entirely representative of law school applicants? Anyone who knows how numbers work understands that we're dealing with a small sample size. What it is, though (besides being a pretty solid sample), is the best thing we have.
I'm not sure why your "VP of Operations for Microsoft" wouldn't go online and try to find the best information available. Old-fashioned, I guess.
No one thinks that TLS is the "sole canonical source" for LS knowledge.
don't stress about that single question you got wrong. In the end the difference between 170 and 171 is undeniable but it is far from devastating.
Who here was stressing? What are you replying to? How many horses are starving because of all these strawmans you keep building?