« on: February 20, 2004, 06:53:04 PM »
There is ZERO subjectivity in correct LSAT answers. Any preptest book that told you otherwise has stolen your money. Some wrong answers will look attractive, but when you think about them long enough it is clear why they are wrong. That's what makes a good test-taker...someone who can throw out the attractive wrong answers quickly. Andthe aptitude required to do so is conducive to success in law school.
LSAT should matter much more than GPA. A 3.5 is different at Harvard as compared to Notre Dame, Texas, UNLV, or Ball St. Some schools engage in rampant grade inflation (Harvard), some are difficult (ND, Texas), and some schools just offer easy curricula (UNLV, Ball St.) However, the LSAT is the same for everyone. That is why it matters more, and justifiably so.