OP, don't let all these tools get to you. The reason they are all mocking your confidence is because they are insecure. The truth is, they think they've worked so hard to "get where they are." They think because they did well on the LSAT and got a decent GPA, they must be really smart, but then they get to law school and realize how tough it is. And then when they graduate and a job isn't handed to them, it must be because the legal market is in shambles.
I agree. It's amazing that, for being able to do so well on tests, the morons on this site can't comprehend that it might be them, not the legal market. The groupthink on TLS is appalling sometimes. I take pride in a shitty LSAT score. It means things aren't just given to me, that I'm going to have to actually work my way to the top, unlike these spoiled brats.
I'm just waiting for those special snowflakes to realize that in the real world people don't praise you for doing your job. I bet after a few years those special snowflakes are going to call it a day on their high-pressure life and just walk away. With more money than you'll ever comprehend.
I take pride in my not so shitty LSAT because it's an accurate reflection of my innate ability. I've worked hard and hope I'll be rewarded commensurate with my ability and effort
I hate to say it, not everyone is equally smart and not everyone is equally hardworking and while I'm above average on both counts, I understand the difference between me and the guy/gal who becomes a senior partner and head of a division at a major law firm
I mean, seriously, there's smart&hardworking and them there's fucking brilliant and married to the job (if not a total slave)