BigZuck wrote:At most schools you take one test per class and your entire grade is based on it. So you take about 20 tests total in law school. And they are all much less fair than the LSAT. Sometimes your teacher doesn't teach you anything and you have to teach the subject to yourself. Sometimes they teach you lots of stuff but test you on something that you barely covered in class. And then of course you can't take the test whenever you're ready, nor can you retake it as many times as you want.
20>>>1. Also, the fact something else is unfair doesn't mean it's okay for the first thing to be unfair. That kind of logic would get you a bad score on the LSAT.
BigZuck wrote:The field of law has a bunch of tests associated with it. And the slim margins of the LSAT are only unfair insofar as law schools have to be concerned about rankings because people care about them even though they are meaningless. Finally, Berkeley is selling the same crap, just in a different package that appeals to certain people. Deal with it.
I know why law schools care; that doesn't make it less stupid. You've yet to actually explain how Berkeley is selling the same crap. They're objectively less stats-based. They sell that, and rightfully so. That's not the "same crap," though.