quakeroats wrote:dresden doll wrote:quakeroats wrote: I'd say the same thing is true for most schools, but law school isn't really about that, now is it?
I wouldn't say that at all. Being admitted to A law school is not indicative of anything. Being admitted to a competitive, solid law school is.
We agree. This means you probably did something wrong.
Not sure what you're talking about in re: 'doing something wrong,' but if it's some sort of a potshot at what you think my grades were, I suggest refraining from further pursuing the point. It won't help your case.
I'm not going to get into the 'doing something wrong' discussions. All I'm saying is that a curve is designed to distinguish among people, however artificially. If you placed a 100 genius scientists on a curve, someone would HAVE to come in dead last. The smallest mistake would suffice. I don't call that 'issues;' I call that the reality of the curve. That's all.