Does Miami average LSATs?? Or at least put more weight on a significantly higher one. I was testing 20points higher than my first LSAT. Thanks
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« on: October 16, 2005, 04:04:57 PM »
Hummm I will have to really think about it, If I only get into my safty, i will probibly defer my acceptance and do somethign else for the year, like study abroad. I'm not really sure, i'm taking things as they come and hoping for the best!
« on: October 13, 2005, 03:28:55 PM »
Yes my parents are helping also, they are loaning me the money, (money which they themselves don't have) THey are going to take out loans, grants scholarhips etc. I will get them as much as I can, and pay them off as soon as I can. They work soo hard!!
Some people you want to help!! others you just can't stand, either way, i see this place as a neutral, a place where we all come together and see the Adcomms as our enemies and trying to find away to beat them, or at least found out ways to suck up to them to gain entry into their school. (Lord let me in!!)
Yea I have to write 3 of those!! I hate doing them, just another ps if you ask me. I usuallly look on their website and pick a few things of interest to put in the ps. To make is sound pleasing, although it IS torture to write.
WAITING for my LSAT score, even though i'm debating sending in with my old score and hopeing that they don't make a decision without looking at my new score (what ever that may be). I will feel more confident about the schools I hope to send apps to as soon as I see my Score. I already finished filling out most of them, and will do the dean certs this week. Only thing lacking is my LSAT score. What do you all think about sending it in with out an updated LSAT?
Keep in mind that Drexel isnt your typical legal education.. its like a co-hort experience.
What do you mean by, "co-hort"? And yes camden is a bad city, but it doesn't mean the school is bad, obviously, Temple for example is in a bad part of the city, yet Temple is an upper 2nd tier school.
Depends what you want?? Personally I think drexel will become accreditted, but of course there is always that chance things could mess up, and take longer. Plus it is a new school that has to prove it self. It is safe to say it in't your first choice, then you probibly wouldn't be asking this question. But hey if you live near philly, it is a decent place to start. But still it is up to you. Me, I was debating it too, but will probibly not mainly b/c I want to go to a higher aclaimed instiution that already has some experience in law education. Still I do see a decent future for drexel, it already has proved its self well in other programs. The choice is yours, weigh your options. I was actually suprised to know it was 28,000. I thought it would be less.
Law School Applications / List of schools that only ask for convictions, not arrests, or expunged records« on: October 07, 2005, 03:25:58 PM »
I just thought it would be informing to make of list of schools that only ask for convictions of felonys and misdemenors, for those like me that have made a regrettable mistake in their lives. (DUI - expunged). It could just be of some interest to certain individuals that:
NCCU only asks for convictions
Stetson says you can say no if you have it expunged, but will have to provide a copy of expungment.
Hofstra- expungment copy
FSU- expungment copy
Pittsburg- Expungment copy
See if anyone can make this list a little longer, while browsing through some applications.