That is why I post here because it is very scary for people considering tier 4/3 schools when people exaggerate horror stories such as 25% of the class gets kicked out. Not that you did, but people do and it is scary and you don't know or what to believe. All I am trying to say ever is that GGU and tier 4's are not some horrible places where the professors are doing meth during class. It is a law school and people are quite smart and the professors have a lot of experience and are quite knowledgeable. You learn the law at any law school that is the point of it. Use your common sense and know that Nova or Barry will not open the same doors as Harvard, but they are not terrible places bent on ruining your life. If you want to be a lawyer then go to law school that is it nothing else can be said about it. It will be more difficult to make money find employment from Nova, but it will be far from impossible and odds are you will end up with something.
Honestly I don't think people analyze the drop out rate properly.
It's a GOOD thing the poorer ranked schools kick out folks in high numbers...it proves they are teaching the same thing the higher ranked schools are teaching.
Just the higher ranked schools if you get in you know their admissions standards pretty much ensure you have what it takes to graduate and become a lawyer (watch the bar pass rate)...while the lower ranked schools getting in means nothing really cause they WILL let you in knowing full well you can't make the cut.
One type of schools does all its filtering before the first day of class.
The other type does half the filtering before and half the filtering after...
I am not applying to any schools with drop out rates in the double digits. Sorry I want to know that after all my hard damn work trying to get in, once I'm in I'd have to be actually trying to fail out to fail out.