robin600 wrote:Jerome wrote:robin600 wrote:traehekat wrote:Ugh, so I knew a pure ranking change wouldn't change my decision, but this assessment score is making me second guess choosing WFU over Iowa. Although WFU's assessment score of 3.6 is solid relative to it's rank, a 3.9 is pretty stellar. Only a handful of schools outside the T14 have as good of a score or better.
remember the difference between a 3.6 and a 3.9 could be a super shitty last in the class law student(s)/doesn't give a shit student(s) and/or some angry old man.
Maybe, but peer and lawyer/judge assessment scores should be "sticky," meaning that even one year of relatively bad students wont shift the scores too much one way or the other.
If they keep working for them/or leave a bad taste in the mouth on an employer it can. A 3.9 is awesome though
Yeah, but we could expect that equally from all schools. We can also assume that if a bad class was bad enough to lower the assessment of the school that produced that class as a whole, those new employees would be out of work if they were that bad. Just sayin.'