For those who took the December LSAT last year, how long did it take to receive your results?
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I decided today to move my LSAT date to December rather than this weekend. I just do not feel that I am ready. Is a December application considered late in the grand scheme of things? I know everyone on this board is mailing in their apps. now, however, it seems this board is not necessarily representative of the entire law school applicant population.
I figure since I will most likely not be an "auto admit" at any of the schools to which I am applying, this probably won't make a difference for me. I've heard that if you fall in the middle of the medians/LSAT and apply early, they just hold your app. anyway until a larger percent of the applications are in.
Does anyone think this has any bearing on admission decisions? I've recently visited three schools and sat in on a class at each. The classes, by the way, were incredibly boring!! One was Civil Procedure and the other Contracts. If I was a borderline applicant, do you think this would give me an extra edge? Hopefully it shows how serious I am about attending.
« on: September 23, 2004, 05:54:01 PM »
Just curious how many law school applicants have parents who did not go to college. If you are the only person in your family to have received a college degree, should you address this somewhere in your personal statement?
I called Catholic today to see about sitting in on an evening class and explained to them that I am applying for Early Action. The admissions person said they just decided not to have Early Action this year because the admissions personnel is changing!! This sucks. I am still checking it on the app. because it is on there and can't hurt.
I'm not sure whether it is good or bad that the admissions committee is changing?
« on: September 15, 2004, 07:57:31 PM »
Has anyone heard anything about their programs? I am 32, white, ugpa 2.94 in English/Writing, LSAT in October (scores have been around 150-155). Have worked at a big law firm in DC as a Trademark Paralegal for 2yrs, prior to that United Airlines for five.
Obviously, I am not even bothering to apply at GW or GULC. I am still trying George Mason, as that is my first choice. I'd be going part time.
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