If socio-econ was the cause, these adjustments would cancel out the LSAT score gap.
For someone who swore to ignore me -- "you're dead to me, red!" -- you got over it pretty quickly.
Do you have a crush on me?
Are you talking about the LSAT score gap that exists between races? gender? region of birth? primary language? Which gap do you reference?
Well, what? Do I think that this score gap between races can be accounted for by IQ? No, because I think the LSAT is a poor IQ test. I do think it has something to do with a specific sort of intellectual skill, though. Isn't it true that whites fall somewhere behind Indians/Asians? This gap, too, would be because of a lack of that particular skill (once all these other things are taken into account). This is assuming we can isolate and "account for" all of those other factors neatly. I never admitted that we could do that in reality. I don't know.
2) I think that subpar achievement for admissions is better explained by overcoming socioeconomic factors rather than "overcoming" one's race, gender or national origin.