no, i strongly disagree. The LSAT is a learned test. I think anyone on this board will agree with me.I started at a 153, and I scored a 167. and the LSAT was very very hard for me. I come from an engineering background have probably wrote about 2 essays my entire undergrad. I was awful at Reading comp ... so I pretty much wrote it off. I never missed a game question which helped ... so I focused on LR and basically studied endlessly. On my actually I got about 4or5 LR questions wrong. I'm actually looking at that chart and thinking that my numbers are a little low for (Osgoode), a school that I just applied to today. Plus I pretty much cared male private part all about my app and basically wrote two of the most half-asked essays ever. muh ... damn ...
BTW, that chart is a bit off in quite a few things, so don't worry.
Quote from: caecilius on September 29, 2004, 09:10:51 PMBTW, that chart is a bit off in quite a few things, so don't worry.oh yeah? how so? (I'm not being argumentative at all ... I'm just curious )
yeah, i heard that about UofA ... they heart LSAT
well, GPA's are more consistant across Canada then the US, so weighting them more heavily makes sense. Since comparing them is actually an option.
hmmm, interestingI have to do a thesis in econometrics. that would be a good topic!