I have a lot of respect for her. Shes honest with herself. She is not trying to be something it isn't, what I especially admire is that she feels bad about getting things she feels she doesn't deserve. I think that shows thoughtfulness. Most law students are conceited pricks, who when something goes wrong blame everybody but themselves. Yeah it seems like she is blaming the school, but shes also acknowledging that she is over her head. That takes a lot to confess up to, plus she fessed up to getting preferntial treatment. To me those who are criticizing her are being a little snobish, we gave you this handout, you better be grateful, well shes not grateful, shes learned from the experience she would rather be herself, then be some artificial creation of others.