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Law School Applications / Put your app information somewhere
« on: January 31, 2009, 11:45:26 AM »
Would any of you mind signing up for membership at www.lawapplicants.com?

Its not forum based, its similar to LSN but with an emphasis on the PERSON that gets into law school, not the NUMBER. In my experience that this can go a long way in retention and professional stature both in and beyond professional school.

The site is up and running, but there aren't enough people in it to make it useful.

Thanks! And good luck, hope to see you on www.lawapplicants.com.

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General Off-Topic Board / Quick question..
« on: January 30, 2009, 10:59:33 PM »
Hi all --

Looking for criticism of www.lawapplicants.com to make the site better suite your needs. Please post here or on the improvement forum on the site: http://www.lawapplicants.com/site/forum for constructive criticism (spelling, grammar, layout, functionality EVERYTHING is fair game)

Thanks,
 

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Non-Traditional Students / Looking for advice..
« on: December 14, 2008, 08:53:14 PM »
Hey non-trads --

I am trying to start a site [http://www.lawapplicants.com] where law applicants [both pre-professional and matriculated]can anonymously display their application statistics to the web-community [yes, similar to lawschoolnumbers.com; but I my vision is distinctly different]. I am looking for criticism of the site by folks that are actually going to use it. Please keep it constructive [things like grammar and spelling are very WELCOME but I am specifically looking to tailor the site to your needs; broadly, what are you looking for - I knew what I was looking for when I applied, but what are you?]. Thanks and good luck!

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Hi all --

I am trying to start a site [http://www.lawapplicants.com] where law applicants [both pre-professional and matriculated]can anonymously display their application statistics to the web-community [yes, similar to lawschoolnumbers.com; but I my vision is distinctly different]. I am looking for criticism of the site as well as new members. Please sign up and keep the criticism constructive [things like grammar and spelling are WELCOME but I am specifically looking to tailor the site to your needs; broadly, what are you looking for - I knew what I was looking for when I applied, but what are you?]. Thanks and good luck!

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General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Looking for criticisim...
« on: December 13, 2008, 10:04:48 PM »
Hi all --

I am trying to start a site [http://www.lawapplicants.com] where law applicants [both pre-professional and matriculated]can anonymously display their application statistics to the web-community [yes, similar to lawschoolnumbers.com; but I my vision is distinctly different]. I am looking for criticism of the site as well as new members. Please sign up and keep the criticism constructive [things like grammar and spelling are WELCOME but I am specifically looking to tailor the site to your needs; broadly, what are you looking for - I knew what I was looking for when I applied, but what are you?]. Thanks and good luck!

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Law School Applications / Criticism
« on: December 13, 2008, 09:03:49 PM »
Hi all --

I am trying to start a site [http://www.lawapplicants.com] where law applicants [both pre-professional and matriculated]can anonymously display their application statistics to the web-community [yes, similar to lawschoolnumbers.com; but I my vision is distinctly different]. I am looking for criticism of the site. Please keep it constructive [things like grammar and spelling are WELCOME but I am specifically looking to tailor the site to your needs; broadly, what are you looking for - I knew what I was looking for when I applied, but what are you?]. Thanks and good luck!

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General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Help future applicants
« on: December 11, 2008, 10:27:01 PM »
LawApplicants.com is a free site designed as a service to prelaw students. The aim of the site is to share the
experiences of past applicants with current, as a rough guide to what they may expect or the type of preparation they may require.

The site depends on contributions from the online community of prior law school applicants. Please take approximately five minutes to add your completely anonymous application profile to the searchable database. Thank you for helping create a valuable research tool for prospective law students!

You can find the site at:
www.lawapplicants.com

Criticism is always welcome!

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Law School Applications / Help other applicants
« on: December 11, 2008, 10:16:20 PM »
LawApplicants.com is a free site designed as a service to prelaw students. The aim of the site is to share the
experiences of past applicants with current, as a rough guide to what they may expect or the type of preparation they may require.

The site depends on contributions from the online community of prior law school applicants. Please take approximately five minutes to add your completely anonymous application profile to the searchable database. Thank you for helping create a valuable research tool for prospective law students!

www.lawapplicants.com

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Pre-Law in high school / yoooooo
« on: November 12, 2008, 11:16:15 PM »
Hey all --

I am a premed student and we also have a forum site like this. However, we have a site where we can compare GPAs/MCATs and extracuricular activites of other applicants and see the places where these people applied and were admitted. I thought this would be a valuable thing for law students too.. so I made lawapplicants.com

check it out. http://www.lawapplicants.com

Keep in mind that the site is brand-new and just like this site requires content to be driven. Check it out, the color scheme is easy on the eyes and it's functionality is similar to this site!  ;)

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Non-Traditional Students / New website for discussion
« on: November 12, 2008, 11:15:33 PM »
Hey all --

I am a premed student and we also have a forum site like this. However, we have a site where we can compare GPAs/MCATs and extracuricular activites of other applicants and see the places where these people applied and were admitted. I thought this would be a valuable thing for law students too.. so I made lawapplicants.com

check it out. http://www.lawapplicants.com

Keep in mind that the site is brand-new and just like this site requires content to be driven. Check it out, the color scheme is easy on the eyes and it's functionality is similar to this site!

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