QuoteYour quote about a fair application procedure only says that test scores should not be used because they do not aid in the mission of public colleges. If students are to be admitted based on the mission, there is no mention of how this would be accomplished.I am merely putting forth a defense of AA. I'm not sure what's so wrong with that.
Your quote about a fair application procedure only says that test scores should not be used because they do not aid in the mission of public colleges. If students are to be admitted based on the mission, there is no mention of how this would be accomplished.
How doesn't it make sense? Please actually address the argument and not make any more ad hominem challenges. I've entertained your antics all night and it still doesn't make sense to you?
TTTChick you can enteratin my antics all you want for as long as you want. That doesn't mean your argument is any good. Guys I doubt I will make a worse lawyer than any of you. And probably will graduate from a better school too. Please show me where I am incorrect. Just because you do not agree with my view, it doesn't mean my argument is bad. None of you will find any logical flaw in my arguments.
If you prick us, do we not bleed? if you tickle us, do we not laugh? if you poison us, do we not die? and if you wrong us, shall we not revenge? m.of v. w.shaka speareWhy not perform on the LSAT. I know for a fact that there are minorities that score high and that have nothing against the system. All I heard today is that LSAT doesn't predict anything because it is aimed at the majority. A bunch of excuses that make no sense.LSAT is a standardized test the idea of which is to eliminate any human discriminatory factors involved in the admission. Such as your name, the way you look, what neighborhood you are from, etc. And the reason why I think I will come out a winner in this argument is because the majority agrees with me. So do all of the admission committees of all the Univ. you guys are trying so hard to attend.