it's just a repetition of 'you're my first choice' and 'so please let me in' but I'm not so sure about the wordings.
anyone up for it?
anyone up for it?
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I just turned in my last application to LSAC and I'm finally done with the "sending" part. now I just have to wait.
I'm right out of undergrad, and since I'm graduating a semester early, I have 7-8 months to play with before I go to law school(if I get into one, that is).
hm...what would be the most productive way to spend those free months? I have some ideas like staying in Paris for a couple of months to tune in my rusty French, going on a trip to Russia(which I've been dreaming for years), or maybe I should just get a job and save some money for later.
What would you guys do? read a lot? watch a lot? hm....any brilliant idea?
« on: November 04, 2006, 08:11:12 PM »
I know you do...we all do.
and as a bonus, I'll be wishing you good luck on your application process with all my heart.
so...who'd like to look over my PS? please?
(warning: I'm not a native speaker..my PS hasn't achieved as much sophistication in the language as you might have....)
I thought about starting a thread in the off-topic section, but then it's darn related to our dear application process...
I've been having a hard time falling asleep recently..the minute I hit the bed, I just start to get really anxious...
I'm even yet to send out my applications....ahhhh..who knows what'll happen when all I could do is waiting and waiting after sending these all out..
anyone got a suggestion for a goodnight sleep?
3.6 GPA from one of the top publics, and mediocre 160 for LSAT..
NYU, Fordham, Cardozo, NYLS for Manhattan area schools,
GWU in DC,
and UCLA, Hastings, Loyola on the west coast..
location is the most important factor for me(I was born and raised in a big city, and I can't stand living in rural area after spending 3 years of undergrad in a small campus town)
and I'm intending to concentrate on IP Law..possibly in relation to communication/entertainment.
what do you guys think are the chances?
especially how about the chances to get into Fordham or GWU?
I don't expect to get into NYU or UCLA, but I thought it's worth a try..
and are there any suggestions about other schools that I should be applying?
I'll very much appreciate it!