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« on: January 24, 2005, 02:23:27 PM »
It's been a month since I sent out all my apps via LSACCD on the Web and as of today, 1/24, all but two schools have requested my LSDAS Report - Kent and John Marshall. I want to email or call them and politely ask what the deal is. Have I waited long enough to do so?
Also, has anyone gotten acceptances from Kent or JM w/o receiving any prior notification? If so, in what form?
I've only been waiting a week and I'm already salty. What takes your mind off The Wait?
What's worked for me so far has been a combination of goin out, Vice City San Andreas (so hardcore btw), my soccer team, and the ladies. Oh yeah and work.
« on: January 11, 2005, 09:50:15 PM »
I just found out that one my 2 LOR's is from a Graduate Teaching Assistant when this whole time I thought she was a professor!!!!!!!!! I didn't specify anywhere on my apps that one of my LOR's was from a prof so I didn't lie or anything but WTF!!!!!! I'm F'd!!!! This is anything but good and I'm freakin out!!!!!!
Anyone know how bad this is???
I have everything in and processed with LSAC but my problem is I currently only have 2 LOR's.
A third one was promised to me by my professor but she has yet to complete it because she has been very busy with school and has a baby due in a month.
I feel rude pushing her and do not want to scare her away but she is the only professor I'm still in touch with (I graduated last year) and I want to just get my apps in already.
1) Should I / how long should I wait for her?
2) How bad is sending in only 2 LORs?
note: I am shooting for Chicago schools - Loyola, DePaul, Kent, John Marshall.
LSAC GPA: 2.96
LSAT : 154
« on: November 17, 2004, 04:52:48 PM »
I'm writing an addendum explaing one bad semester (2 points lower due to illness) and am thinking of including a small scatter-plot graph (with text wrapped around) to illustrate the contrast.
Does anyone think this is a good idea?
In high school after I found out that I was admitted to college I slacked off enough my senior year to get my admission status changed to "Admitted on acedemic probation." As this shows up on my college transcript (the first line actually), should I add an addendum?
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