On average, how long does it take to go complete after transmitting assuming you have all your LORs on file?
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« on: November 13, 2007, 12:00:03 PM »
can I determine which general letters a school receives? (i.e. if a school only accepts three, will that school only get the first three received by LSAC? is there any way I can change that?)
The first time I pulled it up, I noticed that they wanted each applicant to choose two books that he/she has read and write a brief essay on each. However, I returned to the application and found that the book essay is no longer listed. Anyone know what happened? Did I get UB's application confused with another that I began? Thanks...
I pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor, possession of a false identification, a few years ago. I was picking some friends up from a dorm and was pulled over for failing to signal a turn. There was alcohol in the car, which warranted a search. When the police searched my car, they found my fake i.d. The city gave me the option of only pleading guilty to the minor in possession or taking the fake i.d. and the traffic violation. My lawyer informed me that it would be best to take the fake i.d. and the traffic violation to keep an alcohol-related misdeamenor off my record. Although the alcohol possession never went on my record, do I have to mention it when I explain the incident on my application. It is a pretty significant detail and the story would make a lot more sense if I mentioned it, but since it did not go on my record, would it better to leave out? I would appreciate any advice you could offer. Thanks.