I must correct myself, it was not SA but actually a job with the DA.. That makes much more sense now doesn't it?
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I have a friend who has a friend who interviewed and got a SA position, but failed a drug screening. Now he can't get a job ANYWHERE.
Best bet: Quit smoking pot for a month.
but that is more of a fallacy since the higher potentcy of pot you are smoking means the longer it lingers in your system. What I would do...
Eat only foods with a high level of antioxidants.
Drink only water.
Do not eat fast food, or anything with high fat.
This has to be a flame.
Why would you tell this person to reconsider? Even though 141 is a bit low, it is fixable. I would say retake the test, then reapply. But I would be careful of the schools that average your scores if you retake the LSAT, unless you make a vast (165+) improvement. Sometimes they also put a cap on how many times you can reapply. Don't give up hope, I am still waiting on acceptance/rejection letters and I was rejected from my top two. The first was a stretch, and the second was my undergrad alma mater.
So I am new to this, but have been reading some of the threads on general subjects. I made a mad dash to apply, and take the LSAT this past February; beginning the entire process in January. I did not get into my top schools, for a few reasons I suppose. The reason I want to believe most is because I waited so long to apply, and all of the 'seats' were filled. The second is obvious, my grades or LSAT score etc... were not impressive enough (even though I did my undergrad at one of these two schools). I live in Chicago so you can probably guess where I applied. I was wondering, is there any way to tell even with a little imagination if I was accepted to the other two schools I applied to? It is starting to get annoying as I am at both a plateau and standstill with my current career, which is terribly unsatisfying. I would not recommend studying the arts to anyone, especially music. Anyone have any advice? Jan. and Feb. were certainly hellish months for me, and I just want to know that I didn't completely waste my time, money or opportunity.
Thanks to whomever made this website as well.