NoodleyOne wrote:LRGhost wrote:KingFish wrote:With a 3.5, he is a splitter at the TOP 30 law schools. Including BU.
His shtick is being a dick. Everyone knows his score and GPA and yeah, if you want to be technical, sure he's below a lot of school's 25th percentile, but he's not relevant to this thread which specifically outlined how we're defining splitter. There are a lot of 3.5+/high LSAT people out there. There are dramatically less sub 3.4/high LSAT people out there. And everything seems to suggest that admissions decisions differ when you talk about a 3.5/176 and a 3.0/176.
How is it my schtick to be a dick? What's the point of this fucking thread anyway that can't be solved with a click over to lawschoolnumbers, then? I'm sorry I did better in Undergrad and did better on my LSAT than you, since that seems to be the source of the complaint.
It's not. You were a dick in the LSAT thread also and a couple people called you out on it. Literally nobody gives a shit if your numbers are better, worse, if your life was harder, more leisurely. But you have a habit of popping up and humble-bragging while trying to play yourself off as 'too cool' also. Good luck with everything but you're the kind of kid who aces a test but goes around asking people how they did while putting up a facade of nervousness before it's graded.
Volforlife wrote:Noodley, you are in fact not a dick. I am a fellow splitter that is not welcome here. So it goes.
Has nothing to do with his status as splitter or non-splitter but has everything to do with his personality in posting.