lol, are you guys still argeuing about this
anyway, I'm at the point where I think a lot of the info here is made up. I talked to my old pre-law advisor and she said most of teh stuff on these forums is BS. For instance, 90% of the people on here report scores which are in the 95th percentile or higher. Well, isn't that statistically impossible?
That pretty much proves that people on here are lying, which leads me to think that they might not being 100% correct or intelligent on LS admissions.
Whatever the case is, you guys seriously need to get a life
Ok, I'm in class, so I will make my destruction of your idiocy as brief as possible.
1 - The fact that a large majority of posters report scores in the 95th percentile is not a statistical impossibility. More likely is that only those with such scores choose to post on the forum or report their scores at all. It is a self selecting group, an unrepresentative sample, and by no means a normal distribution.
2 - I have a life...a life at an Ivy League law school, no less. I'm also married, have a dog, and tend to have a few friends. I come here to help those as others before helped me.
3 - Your pre-law adviser may or may not be the best source of information either. For example, if it was your pre-law adviser that told you we were lying because 90% of us report scores in the 95th percentile, then I would seriously view any info he gave you as suspect. If he cannot make the logical deduction that LSD, and forums in general, are self selecting, then he may not be a prime source of info.
4 - Many of us are in T-14 schools. We didn't get there by using incorrect information, as evidenced by the fact that we actually got there. If we were so incorrect, we would not have gained admission, I would imagine. As such, you would have to believe either that we are malicious people and promulgating false info just because we want people to fail or that we are so illogical that we cannot tell the difference between what was good info and bad info from our own cycles. Our already mentioned performance on a logic based exam (even you referenced our scores) would indicate the latter is false. Our taking the time out of our days to help people we never have met would seem to moot the former.
And now, using a catch phrase that has become so popular around here as of late: Thanks for playing!