mediation_86 wrote:northwood wrote:sounds like you like finance, not law
if you arent dead set on being a lawyer, dont go to law school
its funny though, i usually get -0 or -1 on LG but RC definitely kills me with minus double digits. I am more of a math guy. Ive debated with other people on how I should just go for a masters in finance but for some reason, I feel like having a jd would be really useful, even if its worth 100k+. In my mind, credentials are more valuable than money, so maybe that is why I am trying to obtain a jd also. Who knows, I might like law so much that ill pursue being a lawyer instead of focusing everything on finance.
But does anyone know, if 1L grades go along with logic games? I would think LG would go along in real life scenarios because quick analytical thinking is necessary in situations where one may need to think fast and efficiently, while I think timed RC is useless because research or case studies do not necessarily have a time limit, whereas sharp analytical reasoning is more useful because it generates quick analytical rebuttals in countering arguments
All I know is that your scores won't get you in anywhere worth going to, so don't go.