Friday, June 13, 2008

BYU, Mormon Law Students Ultra Competitive

PROVO — Brigham Young University students have long been known as the most sober in the country. Now students in two of BYU's graduate programs have revealed themselves to be the ultra-competitive.
In two new books, the company ranks students in BYU's law school and graduate business programs No. 1 in the category "Most Competitive Students."
The Princeton Review rankings hit the streets today with the release of the "Best 170 Law Schools". The Princeton Review is compiled from surveys of 18,000 law students.
The competitive ranking for the law school book was based on four questions — the average hour of sleep a student gets each night, the hours a student studies outside class, the hours a student believes classmates study outside class and the degree of competitiveness among students at the school.

What is it about Mormon law students that make them so hyper competitive? Does this make for better students and attorneys?

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