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Current Law Students / DOWNY and JeffJoe
« on: January 17, 2005, 05:59:29 PM »
Did DOWNY scare JeffJoe away? Read the "JJ at NSL" thread- Joe says he is leaving forever. We can only blame DOWNY for this tragedy.


Nashville School of Law / Re: JJ at NSL
« on: January 17, 2005, 05:57:55 PM »
This discussion board is no longer fun for me and of limited utility.

A number of extremely immature posters have spoiled it.

For all those who were helpful, thank you very much.  You have helped me immeasurably in my transition to a law student.

For those who have a lot of growing to do, do it.

I am hoping to start a discussion board for NSL in particular and law students in general.  If you would be interested in joining that discussion board or would just like to stay in touch with me, please send me an email at

Thanks and good luck to all.

Whow are you kidding gruber? You aren't going to quit this board! Gruber will be here forever, just like DOWNY.

Current Law Students / Re: NSL: Chronicles of a TTT
« on: January 16, 2005, 09:30:34 PM »
1. There is no data to support this argument. He is merely making the claim, subjectively and without data, that someone with a 4.0 would NEVER score a 125 on the LSAT. Sure, it may be unlikely, but even so that does not disprove the model relayed by the numbers, which is that NSL will accept super-low LSAT scores as per its own index number target.

This does not disprove anything. It is the mere argument that it is unlikely for a 4.0 student to get a 125 on the LSAT. Even if that's true, it in no way mitigates the criticism of NSL's POTENTIAL to accept 125 LSAT scorers. If you still don't think that statistic is relevant, look at Cooley, which requires a 143 LSAT, EVEN IF the applicant is at a 4.0. See the difference?

And, while not common, people with close to 4.0's and LSAT's in the 120-130 range do apply to schools. Go look at the LSAC data for schools like Cooley and Thurgood Marshall. Some people get high GPAs at TTTs and then tank the LSAT.

Also, even assuming that the argument was correct that a 125 cannot fit with a 4.0, it is still irrelevant. Why? Because earlier in my original post I performed a calculation showing that a 3.0 and a 140 could be admitted- here there is very little disparity in GPA and LSAT. The point is the same, even if the MOST EXTREME example, while still mathematically accurate, may be unlikely.

2. This is irrelevant. Maybe a 125 is 20 questions instead of 5. SO WHAT? The point is that it is easy to score a 125, and hypothetically someone who does can get into NSL. It is of no import whatsoever if 20 questions are needed for a 125 versus 5.

Finally, this in no way disputes any of the calculations I performed, as the numbers (from NSL's) site would still permit someone with a 125 to get in. It doesn't matter in the least how many questions need to be answered correctly for this to happen.

You are not very good at interpreting the relevant implications of either math or verbal arguments.


Current Law Students / Re: NSL: Chronicles of a TTT
« on: January 16, 2005, 07:50:11 PM »
Those calculations were incorrect weren't they?

No, they were not.


Current Law Students / Re: Depression
« on: January 15, 2005, 10:55:50 PM »

I agree with boxergirl, as usual. All of you fuckers are fucks. HTH.

Current Law Students / Re: DOWNY's GRADES
« on: January 15, 2005, 10:54:09 PM »
so...Downy...honestly...what were your grades (if you've gotten them yet)?

JeffJoe...what were yours?

I didn't get any of them yet, which is exceedingly annoying. I'll PM you when they come in. Did any of yours come through yet?


Current Law Students / Re: NSL: Chronicles of a TTT
« on: January 15, 2005, 10:37:53 PM »
My "criticism" was a mere relaying of facts by virtue of performing calculations in light of NSL's index number calculation formula, which is publically available on its website.

I provided numbers only- you are free to draw your own conclusions from them.

And yes, there are elements of NSL that I do not understand.

I truly HTH.

Current Law Students / Re: NSL: Chronicles of a TTT
« on: January 15, 2005, 09:36:09 PM »
I like how you recycle my dig at you without changing anything aside from the agent of ridicule. This is clearly the mark of an accomplished intellect.


Online Law Schools / Re: 'Distance Learning' = TTT trickery
« on: January 15, 2005, 07:57:48 PM »
20K+??? That's highway robbery. MANY ABA schools are far less than that, especially if you can get money from them.

Current Law Students / Re: NSL: Chronicles of a TTT
« on: January 15, 2005, 07:55:58 PM »
You don't really know anything about me, which means your opinion is pretty worthless.

Although, I can see I have ruffled your TTT feathers, which amuses me.

The MBA grads I know would think you are a failure and a feminine hygiene product.


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