Also, what makes one student perform better over the other in law school all things being equal. Limme rephrase that. What makes 2 students with 3.7 gpas and 166 lsats perform differently in law school. Why would there ever be a disparity in performance given the previous UG stats
marcusbarnes30 is not a law student at a top 50. Otherwise he/she would know how insignificant GPA/LSAT are in LS.
I'm at a t20 and competition is murderous. I know a girl who got 98/100 questions correct on her mult. choice torts exam and still only managed an A- on a B+ curve. I think it's a little bit luck, when it comes to mult. choice, and whole lot about who has the best study plan that they can stick to throughout the year.