Prospective law school students across the country are waiting to hear back from the schools to which they applied. It’s a nerve-wracking time—frequently made worse by social media, where anxiety tends to be stoked rather than quelled.

On Tuesday, Reddit user Godisjust kicked off a discussion in the r/LSAT subreddit about the often unhealthy online discourse around law school admissions.

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