I saw a study recently that found that Cornell students study more than students at any other law school (an average of 5.8ish hours per day). Do you believe these results? Would you consider the students there to be rather social or unsocial?
Thanks for your help!
I'm very very wary about surveys like that. First off, people at any law school study a lot. When you have 3-4 classes the next day, you just aren't going to finish everything in 1.5-2 hours, depending on the specifics. Edit:
I didn't completely respond to the question. Are there some people that study 6 hours a day? Very possibly. I might have studied for 6 hours or so if I had some very long assignments and a memo, but usually not.
I think the survey said that people at Yale study less than 2 hours a day - either they don't because they go to Yale and know they're set, or more probably, either the only responses they got were from a few people that didn't study much, or they study more and don't want to admit it because they want people to think they're natural-born geniuses.
People here are very social, and there is always someone going out. That's not something I would worry about.