In experience of going to law school. People are easily surpassed if they aren't as intelligent as a person who has a high intelligence gap over them.
I will earn my B.A. in the winter of this year. I have no qualms about the LSAT because I am prepared for it and know I will do well. It is a given for me anyway. With adequate prep time and intellectual capacity, I will do well on it. Those who don't score above a 160 are not meant to be lawyers.
All they have is a few years over me, nothing else. I will soon bridge that gap by graduating college early and going to law school. If they pass the bar, so be it, but I will pass the bar as well, then what? What differentiates us? Oh! I know. I will have an international studies degree, I am fluent in German and have proficiency in Spanish, I will have a finance degree along with a passing score of 79% on the series 7, hopefully an MBA, know a few people at law firms, hopefully a top 10 law school, and good grades. They have nothing except years, nothing else. All they have is a goddamn J.D. which does not say much as that is similar to a degree is bad sociology.
It is a tool to become a lawyer. It is an essential tool but at the end of the day, it is only useful for legal purposes. That is why I broadened my base and made myself more pleasing to future employers eyes as I am going into corporate law.
Obviously not. I am not some coddled child who has father look out for him at every turn and gives him money. I actually go out and network at various place such as parties, I talk with current law students who are much smarter than you and wiser, lawyers who know more than anyone on here, people who have recently went into private practice, and employers. I think I know what they look for and what they do not look for in an employee. My personality fits the field I am going into and I am not too reserved nor too extroverted, I am just right for the job. You sir, are going to be amazed at how many jobs lock your ass out of them and you might use that low blow AA deal like you called me racist for no apparent reason.