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If you transfer to a more prestigious school it will not make much of a difference if you are not strong on these types of tests.
On the contrary, students applying from the top tier can afford to score couple points lower than your typical state-school applicant, and still have a better chance at a top law school.
I don't know about that, the data seems to indicate that this isn't true.
Harvard has big time grade inflation; H accepts a huge portion of its class from H undergrad.
Grade inflation does not earn you As, it just keeps you in the high Bs. Ask any student at Harvard about how difficult it is to get an A in, say, philosophy.