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I just got off of the phone with the office of admissions at Rutgers-Newark.  Having just been waitlisted there today, I wanted to get a bit of information about the waiting list, how often I should check in with them, etc.

THEY COULDN'T HAVE POSSIBLY BEEN RUDER!  I know that they get lots of questions from applicants, but hello, don't they understand???  We are all making huge decisions that will affect the rest of our lives.  Living with the uncertainty of being waitlisted sucks, so excuse me for wanting to get more information.  A little courtesy would have been appreciated...I've gotten better service at the New York State DMV, to be truthful.

Studying for the LSAT / Set-up/Deductions for Criminals-Confession Game
« on: December 01, 2007, 01:48:38 PM »
was it that w ans s were always 6th and 7th (i think) and that z was always to the left of T (i.e, either 1 st or 2nd? 

Okay, so I am 33 y.o. and have been sober for four years.  How candid should I be in my personal statement?   I'd love to be able to talk openly about this, b/c let's face it, it's a huge part of my story and who I am.

Having said that, I am well aware that there's a stigma associated with alcoholism and that I am opening a Pandora's Box by mentioning it.  Anyone else out there who either is in the same boat?  Or anyone out there with admissions/pre-law advisory experience.  Would love to get your input.

Thanks in adavance!


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