« on: December 05, 2007, 12:50:35 PM »
because the system is fubar
it is what it is
they don't want creative, independent minds which could possibly be brilliant but could also be failures...
Shocking truth for you: being "creative and independent" and "performing well on the LSAT" are not mutually exclusive.
I never said they weren't mutually exclusive... they could care less about the creativity or ingenuity of the people they are letting in, and sadly, the standardized tests and GPA are what matters, regardless of the person behind that
The LSAT is great test of your ability to think like a lawyer, not your ability to think in general
As I said before, it is what it is, i'm not really upset about it, but I was responding to the initial post