« on: October 09, 2007, 08:05:22 PM »
Eh. I understand all of those points, and I knew that was probably what I was going to hear, and I won't be including my LSAT on my resume.
However, I think the link makes some good points. When you have no grades, no recs, and no experience, because you're sending out resumes on Dec. 1, it shouldn't hurt employers to have as much information as possible about your abilities, even if they're allegedly only predictive. They have no issue weeding you out based on where you go to school, and the LSAT is the most important determining factor in where you're admitted. The fact that you're not supposed to include it seems like it's just a social convention (and one that does a disservice to those who choose money over prestige, I might add - especially before you have grades to show).