I am not those people. I have a natural disposition to grasp material that seems hard to everyday people and apply it rather quickly, or in other words, learn it quicker than other people. People call that genius and people like that are generally categorized as genius' because of that ability. Their minds work faster and operate at higher levels. I don't necessarily label myself as such but I would be considered one. I can read an average 200 page (not some idiotic, simpleton novel either, I am making reference to Soren) novel in one night or a little above an hour. Then again, I've been reading books all of my life so reading fast possibly has a small percentage pertaining to level of operation of the brain. Text books which are 800 pages generally take me a week to get through if I am trying to grasp, not all of it, but the core concepts of each chapter/section. @pace: I am not reading about law school, I am reading about law in general that is taught in law school. I am basically getting the same information you are getting or learning the same material. There was one law student here a few months ago who was a 2L and I knew more about the law and could interpret it better than him. I basically gave the guy a free lesson on the law. He knew close to little of what I know. I don't have to be in law school to know more than you, I read more text books, can grasp material faster, and know actual people who are lawyers. The only difference between me and you is the age gap and the fact that you are in law school. However, that has little bearing on you being more well-versed than myself on the law.
Can someone just please answer the question! AHHHHH.
Yeah, this site is not for anwers, its for BSing You didn't know that?
QuoteYeah, this site is not for anwers, its for BSing You didn't know that?The site is for both. I would appreciate if you answered serious questions (in the sence that its not a joke question) with a serious answer, rather than flaming with another poster. If you have no intention whatsoever of answering the question, then why post on this specific question?Also, I am pretty sure the schools all do it at the same time, since the ABA releases that information annually.