Courtesy of ATL:
“I have my bachelor’s degree and I have my LSAT, so even if I do become an actor, I always do want to maybe go back to school,” Guadagnino said.
Vinny declined to reveal his LSAT score to Flash, but despite hinting it was sub-par, he told us he’s confident about his potential law school application.
“I graduated with a 3.9 GPA … but my LSAT, I’m not really a good standardized test taker,” he said. “I think I could get into a good amount of law schools. Not the best ones, but a good amount.”
Do the people who shrug off a crappy LSAT score with “I’m not really a good standardized test taker” realize that there is a HUGE, often multiple day, standardized test waiting for them at the end of this educational journey?
But whatever, we know that this is how prospective law students think. Step one: get into a “good amount of law schools.” Step two: ??? Step three: profit!