After being on the waitlist for 3 grueling months my good friend was finally rejected by the University of Texas Law School. He had a strange undergraduate career. He transfered colleges twice, and took two years off. The university he graduated from (3.7 gpa) was good however, and so was his 169 LSAT score, but my friend never really formed any lasting relationships at the schools he attended, and failed to work up the nerves to ask a teacher for a recommendation. This, in my opinion, is what killed his chances. Everything else about his app was stellar, but my friend is a minantrhopist, he hates talking to people. He only likes doing three things, making love, smoking his herbs, and making money -- no small talk at all. Should someone be punished because they are a smoocher? I would argue that my friends personality is conducive to being a great lawyer, but alas, with the flawed application process used by school, this diamond was not found in the rough.