Scotusnerd wrote:I don't recall making any sort of argument about the school's quality
. I'm also not to sure why you're trying to argue this back and forth either. You don't seem to have any interest but derailing the thread. I also suggest you reread the rules about school quality debates on these forums.http://www.top-law-schools.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=146613
No one is arguing quality, you introduced that line of thinking if you read your previous post. I started this school's thread, I have no interest in derailing it.
Edit: For clarification purposes, I don't believe Kmokeefe is bashing the quality of education to be received at USC (I believe she is actually an SC resident, and based on her applying to the school, I would assume she would like to attend). From my perspective, she is venting her frustration at an admissions process that she disagrees with (I happen to as well). Because of the slow or lack of response from the admissions office, it forces competitive applicants who would have most likely attended USC to not be able to attend at all, even if admitted. Do other schools have similar cases? Sure. However, from my perspective, USC is an abnormally high offender in this regard. I applied to 20 schools in September and October. I have heard back from all but two (of which USC is one of the two), so it is definitely disappointing to see an opportunity slip away.