sibley wrote:finalaspects wrote:sibley wrote:TrackTony88 wrote:Same...went from 2/4 to 3/23...
URM - Cuban here...reverse splitter.
omg can you get your mom to send me a bread recipe? ...seriously. Cuban bread is the most amazing thing ever.
also can someone please explain the difference between a splitter and a reverse one? I never knew.
high gpa/low lsat = reverse splitter
high lsat/low gpa = splitter
splitters are more rare, since there can technically be an unlimited amount of 4.0GPA's out there, while the LSAT is more standardized.
Well don't I feel special. I'm left-handed, too. I'm like... one in a million! =D And ty. I don't know if I'll remember the definition so sorry if I ask you again next week. it's confusing to me, especially since more people on here seem to be splitters than reverse ones, or at least to proclaim themselves as such.
and on that note, why is the one the splitter and the other the reverse? shouldn't it be the other way around so the more standard term fits for the more standard people?
i think they first looked for a term that defined the high LSAT scorers who had low GPA, which is what matters more to law schools anyways.
then the people with high GPA/low LSAT wanted a term so they just took the reverse of that. reverse splitters can become normal if they take the test again. however its very difficult for regular splitters to ever become normal unless they go to school for another 4 years to offset it, and even then its averaged so its difficult.