Just my $0.02...
Many (and dare I say, most) black law school applicants in this country, irrespective of whether they score a 175 or a 157 on the LSAT, would still inevitably find themselves waging an uphill battle in the fight against some other applicants' insecurities and disappointments.
You are making a good point. No matter how wgood a minority applicants LSAT might be, she could still face unwarranted resentment from other applicants who wrongly believed she received preferential treatment because of race. Although that does raise another issue- it seems like there would be no reason to doubt the qualifications of any minority if admissions decisions did not consider race.
P.S. I donít think anyone should have to post anything they donít feel comfortable posting.