why is that? the 10-12% attrition rate? I went to an open house in another law school near Touro, and one of the current law students there told me that nobody fails in their class. (im not sure how true that is) but what would account for the high flunk out rate in Touro? A. is it tougher than the other schools? B. they take a lot students in, to whittle it down later to make money? C. they get some not-for-lawschool material students?
I checked out LSDAS Database and last year, only 10 1Ls flunked out. There are alot of transfers, as is expected with Many T4 Schools, but people i spoke to say that the school does well on Long Island. I am a Banker right now, and i have 2 Touro graduates as clients, both are doing very well for themselves now and have strongly encouraged me to go. I would assume that those who flunk out are those who do not put in the proper effort and those who are not cut out for Legal Study to begin with. Since i do not expect to be in either of those categories, i think i will do just fine there. My numbers are low because i slacked off big time and did nothing but party in college, and took the LSAT after only a couple of weeks of prep. I am older and more mature now and fortunately I will be able to not work through law school and devote as much time as needed to my studies.