« on: June 11, 2009, 12:41:21 PM »
How bad of an idea is this?
I applied to STCL for the full time program for fall '09 and had a terrible LSAT (148) score and GPA (below 3.0) and was promptly rejected. I have since taken the LSAT again in June and "anticipating" a much better score. I feel if my score turns out to be 155+, I should try a formal re-evaluation of my application for the fall, although I have been rejected and have not been waitlisted. Of course, anything is worth a shot, but I wonder, has anyone heard of behavior like mine and did the delusional behavior get the door slammed in his/her face not just twice, but burn a few bridges in the process?
Yes, i've considered applying in the spring at STCL (pretty much anticipating that is what's _actually_ going to happen), and have been accepted to some other programs in TX that this board has expressed has less than stellar qualities.