Diary of a 1L
Monday, December 20, 2004
Closing Thoughts #1
Ten Things I Liked About the LSAT That Aren't True of Law School
- There is always one right answer on the LSAT.
- You don't have to know anything about law to do well on the LSAT.
- More than one person can get a perfect score on the LSAT.
- Once you study for the LSAT and take it, you never have to do it again if you don't want to.
- Nobody ever died or lost their life savings because of the LSAT.
- The LSAT isn't written entirely by people who did well on the LSAT.
- No one will ever find out your LSAT score unless you tell them; you will never find out anyone else's LSAT score unless you ask.
- You don't need to know proper English grammar to get a perfect score on the LSAT, let alone proper citation style.
- LSAT ethics are no more complex or distasteful than "don't cheat".
- It only costs about $100 to take the LSAT.
#1 thing that law school has over the LSAT, FINISHING LAW SCHOOL MEANS A LOT MORE TOWARDS ACTUALLY GETTING A JOB. LSAT MEANS LITTLE.
Actually, the LSAT ethics are incredibly complex - much more so than the final exams I take at law school.Post a Comment