...for this soccer game in Xi'an China that I've been watching on CCTV.
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« on: October 18, 2007, 11:34:04 PM »
I called Harvard to ask if they received my LSAT score and they responded with: "We did not not receive no one's score". Upon calling LSAC to confirm whether or not this was true, LSAC replied "We do not not believe that Harvard was not telling you the truth."
Did Harvard receive my LSAT score or not?
I own these boards. I control the way everyone who reads these boards thinks. Everyone. None of you have ever not fallen into the troupe of thinking that I swindled you into. I essentially own the minds of everyone here.
Kowtow to Yuck Fale, biatches. Kowtow to me, and your LSAT scores shall miraculously appear on LSAC.
P.S. Anyone think the curve on this test is going to be worse than it was in June?
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« on: October 18, 2007, 03:08:02 AM »
Apparently a lot of students who took the LSAT in Los Angeles have received letters from LSAC indicating that their scores must be investigated due to "untraditional testing circumstances" and will likely delay the Septmeber 2007 LSAT score release process: http://www.lsatdiscussion.com/index.php/topic,1064.0.html
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