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Law School Admissions / Email of Continued Interest
« on: April 04, 2007, 03:46:42 PM »

Law School Admissions / OmniForm
« on: October 09, 2006, 04:48:04 PM »
Each time that I attempt to access applications through LSAC, I'm told that I need to download OmniForm.  A link is provided to download the software, but it isn't working for some reason (an error message appears stating that it cannot work with windows applicatons).  Is anyone else experiencing this problem?  As of now, I'm unable to access LSAC applications.

Thanks in advance.

Law School Admissions / OmniForm
« on: October 09, 2006, 04:42:21 PM »

Studying for the LSAT / Need June '05 LSAT
« on: September 28, 2006, 07:31:44 PM »
I would be EXTREMELY grateful if someone could please email me the PDF file of the June '05 test.  LSAC removed it from my documents file after I registered for the Octtober date.  I'd like to browse through the questions that I got wrong last time.

Any other recently-administered LSATs would also be incredibly helpful. 

PM me if you're willing to help me out.

Thanks in advance.

Are certain minorities given more of an advantage than others?  Specifically, do African American and Hispanic applicants benefit more from AA than American Indians?  I'm an American Indian and have recently been researching the extent to which being an URM will affect me during the application process.  I've found that African Americans and Hispanics tend to get accepted over American Indians with similar stats. 

However, I've seen only a limited number of examples on this site and on LSN, so I'm not sure if I should draw any conclusion from such a small amount of information.  Does anyone know if certain URMs are a higher priority?  Perhaps American Indians are less sought after because there are fewer of us in the population.  Whereas African Americans and Hispanics comprise a much larger portion of the population, and more students from these groups are needed in order to avoid underrepresentation.   

Studying for the LSAT / LSAT vs. SAT
« on: June 18, 2005, 05:44:31 PM »
I'm curious as to how well everyone scored on the SAT.  For those of you who don't mind telling, how did you perform on the SAT compared to the LSAT(or practice LSATs)?  It will be interesting to see if SAT scores are an accurate predictor of future LSAT success.  Personally, I scored well on the SAT, but the increased time restrictions will probably keep me from scoring quite as high on the LSAT.

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