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This late in the game, does anyone else think that a non-reply from a law school signals a wait list offer?  At least for schools that I'm still waiting on, Davis, UCLA and Arizona, they have not sent out there wait list offers.  This leads me to believe that I'll be wait listed.

Just wondering if there are stories out there about people who where rejected then admitted.  I read in another thread that some appeals are successfull, especially if that person brings some new information to the table.  What do you all think?

I think I just got deferred.  Anyone else?

Law School Admissions / GTown PT/FT, been waiting awhile. . .
« on: January 18, 2006, 08:11:36 AM »
Applied on November 7th, Regular Decision. Complete sometime between Nov 17-21 (didn't check the status until Nov 21, it was complete).  I'm coming up on the 8 week mark (excluding Holidays) and I'm still waiting for a decision.  Anyone else in the same boat?  Perhaps the PT/FT option is making the process take longer. Any thoughts?   

They sent me, not one, but two email fee waivers, then rejected me. . .that's just wrong!

Law School Admissions / GW - Rejected FT, can I still apply to PT?
« on: January 11, 2006, 08:48:18 PM »
I should have applied PT in the first place, but I was retarded.  Can I still apply to the PT program after I got rejected from FT?  Any advice?  Thanks.

Seems like lots of acceptances are in the books but where are the rejections?  I know the rejections are coming but I would have thought I'd hear from more schools.

Law School Admissions / 2005 Bad LSAT Scales, help or hurt our chances?
« on: December 23, 2005, 11:23:38 AM »
So it looks like three LSATS administered in 2005, June, Oct, and Dec had some pretty bad scales.  I've checked out the other threads, Dec 2005 LSAT 87 = 165, that's rough.  I wanted to to know if you guys think some law schools will now be going deeper into the applicant pool? 

Obviously, the elite schools will not be effected by the tougher scales, they will always get the highest scorers.  But I do think it'll help some of the people deferred as the applicant pool, strictly in terms of numbers, would seem to be a tad weaker.  Any thoughts?  I know, it's wishful thinking.

As a side thread to the Miracles thread:,48395.0.html

This thread is for people who were not deterred by Chiashu and applied to a longshot law school anyway.  Please post your stats here for everyone to see or post longshots that you know of! Everyone is welcome. I've compiled a small list, but let's keep it going.

Girl from LSAT Class - Hastings '05 5% 160/3.2

Dthefuture - Hastings 0.6%(Chiashu) 159/2.86/URM/LEOP
lacoste 19 - UVa 11% 163/3.54/URM
RocketBot - Columbia 20% 172/3.35
Vapid Unicorn - UPenn 22% 170/3.0
SplitFinger - U of Florida 23% 171/2.72
Personal Friend - Stanford '04 23% 167/4.0

Mikeg - Villanova 25% 154/3.58
Jakeb1881 - UCLA 30% 166/3.67 non-resident
AceJackSuited - Alabama 32% 159/3.1

I know some folks on this board that are killing it!  Maybe not miracles but definitely inspirational.  Join the fun!

Lowest Chiashu percentage gets a prize.  I don't know what that will be, but I'll think of something.

I've checked my Georgetown online status periodically from 11/21 - 12/12, the status has been "complete" ever since today, now it's "unavailable". . .geez, they must really hate me!

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