« on: March 03, 2007, 08:53:05 PM »
One of my apps wants to know the date that I registered for LSDAS. I'm not sure how to find it on the site. Any help from you guys would be much appreciated!
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It will be completed and in by end of March. Is this too late? I do not expect to qualify for anything but the federal unsubsidized loans and private ones. maybe some federal subsidized if i am lucky.
I am 22 and will be graduating college this May with a bachelor's degree. My parents paid for my college. They could probably afford law school as well but I'd like to handle the burden myself. Do I have to have them fill it out with their info or do I need to need to have my parents fill out sections on it with their relevant financial data? Am I considered independent for purposes of law school financing or no?
« on: February 28, 2007, 08:50:49 PM »
I could have sworn that when I checked before the test, the score release date was listed as March 5th, a Monday, and not this Friday.
So are you guys sure?
Also, what time are scores typically emailed? Morning, afternoon, night? Thanks.
For February LSATs,
1) I know we don't get a copy of the test to look at and which ones we got right and wrong, but, DO we find out how many we got wrong of each type(LG, LR, RC?).
2) Do law schools see how many questions total we got wrong and what types of questions they were?
I'm just curious.
Law schools almost always admit people before spring semester grades are in(mid May), and if the grades I get in my classes this semester will not affect me getting my bachelor's degree, will they care if I fail them? I know that I'm going to law school and I know that I'm a lock to get into at least a couple of my schools, so I'm just wondering.
I'm asking, if a law school admits me in APril, and then I send my last transcript and they see a few F's but also see that I've just completed my bachelor's degree, will they care? These classes are for my minor which I've thought about dropping for awhile anyway so I'm wondering if a law school is allowed to revoke my offer of admission.
« on: February 13, 2007, 03:19:11 PM »
Like I hear that Fordham has a PT program, and so does Georgetown. Supposedly these programs are easier to get into. But what if you want to go to law school full-time and don't want it to take 4 years? If you want to make law school your full time career for the next few years, why would you do this? Is it possible to transfer from PT to FT while there?
I don't get it.
I took the Feb LSAT. I ordered it back in December. Did anyone else have this happening? I know it was only 8 bucks or whatever but wasn't this test supposed to get to me by mid-January or end of Jan at the latest?
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