I've been thinking about it, I think AA helps the 170+, under 3 GPA type applicants by forcing the admission people to polarize admission LSAT ranges, Im talking outside the T-14, but getting into a lower Tier one or tier two,if schools have to take 30% with a 152-158 average LSAT, then they have to raise their average LSAT, and they're not gonna do that by taking the white with a 3.9 and a 162, they take the lazy potheads like me with a 2.8 and a 171.....anyone here I am high and not studying Con law so I thought of this. what AA really hurts is those white kids with high GPAs and great work ethic who can't think so fast, and one of its side effects is to get more subsersive, scheming Jews like me into the legal profession, because the schools are forced to place an unwarranted premium on the LSAT, to make US news happyDiscuss
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Your argument could have some merit. I have no idea. It just sounds like a high conspiracy theory. And I am pretty well-versed in high conspiracy theories. I think that schools put a premium on high LSAT scores because they're much less common than high GPAs, and because your score is standardized. A school can find thousands of people with 4.0s to counter a lower GPA, but they can't find thousands of people who scored over 175, simply because there shouldn't be more than 1,000 people who did (.5% of 150,000 = 750). A 4.0 from a state school is not comparable to a 4.0 from somewhere that deflates grades. If Mr. 4.0 From a State School can't break 160 on the LSAT, then his GPA carries less weight than it would had he scored over 170. I guess it works as a screening mechanism for people with high GPAs who had easy majors or simply aren't that smart.