fidesverita wrote:Their index sucks. They have such a heavy bias towards a test in comparison to a GPA that's been earned over the course of four years. I would think that the classes you've taken, your performance, your school name, etc. would be a better indicator of your ability as a student and skill set than a standardized test.
So wrong... Just so wrong. Me being poor in high school then going to a cheap school is not an indication of my intelligence or my ability.
LSAT on the other hand is the great equator. If you go to IVY league and get below 170 and I go to a state college or below and get above a 175 obviously adcomms can see who is more capable. And don't say you just don't do well on standardized test, because otherwise you wouldn't have gotten into a top college, SAT and all.
I am not talking about you or me personally fidesverita, just talking in general.