This whole transfer of numbers and acceptances causes a lot of stress and anger, even when race is not a matter. Posters argued over RuskieGirl final grades, there are posters arguing over SWB's acceptance, and then theres this whole comparison stuff that goes on . . . is there any justification for this nonsense? Seems like disclosing information causes more bad than good. I understand disclosing an acceptance by your dream school, but, naively, posters disclose everything. All this disclosure makes one look like an incompetent bungler. Posters release information like numbers, school, location, first/last name and pictures. So when you walk in on your first day at law school some people will know you and you will not know them. They will know your strong points and weaknesses and you will not know anything about them. Is this a good idea? It's very careless for one to release everything to the competition . . . I'm not speaking about someone in particular but rather making a general observation. Where is the building? I share with only posters I know I can build with. LSD as a whole just isn't that. You definitely have to make some filtration of who to share some information with. I recommend keeping some things private in lieu of releasing everything to potential enemies/stalkers/annoyers. This LSD thing is something new, I highly doubt law school students in the past had something like this. LSD can be a good thing but it can also be a bad thing.
They will know your strong points and weaknesses and you will not know anything about them. Is this a good idea? It's very careless for one to release everything to the competition . . . I'm not speaking about someone in particular but rather making a general observation.
but i did put up a page on lsn b/c when i first saw that site i became really discouraged about applying to law school. i figured that i wasn't going to get in anywhere, b/c no one had #'s similar to mine that i saw. so i figured that having my page up, next year somebody else will see it and think that perhaps they have a chance at going to a tier 1 law school despite the low scores.