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« on: October 08, 2005, 01:27:50 AM »
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.
« 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.
« on: October 07, 2005, 03:15:53 PM »
Yea your all right, thanks. I didn't think about the scholarship disadvantages, I'll change to regular admittance.
« on: October 07, 2005, 03:03:43 PM »
Hofstra U says in their application for early dicision that If I am accepted I MUST attend their school and cancel any other pending applications. Hofstra is a good school and I definately would go there, but It isn't my first, second, or even their choice, if I got admitted at any of the other schools I like more, i would rather go there. But I think early dicision would better my chances of getting into a law school. Seriously what could happen if I decide not to go??!! What could I get sued?, go to jail?? I don't understand how they can just MAKE ME go to their school. Sure I would, but not if I got into another I liked more. ANY thoughts on the subject?? I'm sure i'm not the only one thinking about the same thing. Thanks
« on: October 05, 2005, 02:14:28 PM »
« on: October 05, 2005, 02:02:35 PM »
I got more than I wanted to count, which would you like to see?! Rutgers was the best one, it actually came in a big envelope, they basically said that they really wanted me, but b/c of my low numbers they couldn't do it, they said for me to go to another school and transfer. They were real nice, gave me hope, i will apply again this time. Both this time, not just Camden, Newark too. The rest came in small envelopes and some were generic saying how they only care about GPA and LSAT, others were a little nicer with the wording but they all say the same thing. Here is a copy from Penn ( I applyed early decision and go rejected pretty quick).
Thank you for your application to the University of Pennsylvania Law School. I am writing on behalf of the Admissions Committee to inform you that, regrefully, we are unable to offer you a place in the fall 2005 entering class.
The evaluation process at Penn Law is thorough and deliberate one. Our Admissions Committee includes damissions professionals, faculty, alumni, and thid year students. Each file is carefully read by members of the Admissions Committee and many factors- both academic and non academic-are taken into consideration. What we find is that the number of qualified applicants far exceeds teh number of available seats in the class. Currently we are experincing a substantial increase in applications and anticipate reviewing as many as 6,000 applications for our class of 240 students. Unfortunately, in such a competitive process many fine candidates are denied admission.
I thank you for your interest in teh University of Pennsylvania Law School and I wish you great success in your future endeavors.
Blah, Blah, Blah,
Most of them all follow that format, sometimes you will get a personal message, like I got from Rutgers saying how my PS and LOR were incredible, but that is basically the jist of it all. Also a lot of them don't send them till after christmas, I remember temple saying that they don't want to ruin people holiday, but they Do send Acceptances, So if you applied there and got a letter b/f Christmas, you probibly got in. If after than chances are its a denial. What is kinda interesting also is when they tell you how many applicatants they have had for the class size, some of the numbers are rediculous. Anyway, hope this helps you all a bit. I hope not to get as many as these this time. Only my Oct LSAT score will tell!! (Time to say the prayers)
« on: October 04, 2005, 05:23:39 PM »
I heard that I have a better chance of applying for part time to schools. Can I do both, that is, if I don't get into one, hopefully have a chance to get into the other?? Can I just write and addendum asking for them to consider me part time if I don't get in full time?? I would rather go full time, but as I have heard it may be better to just try part time. I don't want to take a chance and apply only for part time, when I could have gotten in for full time, I just wouldn't have a chance to know. What can I do?? Thanks!
« on: October 04, 2005, 04:55:57 PM »
I was just wondering if anyone can share to give some advice for what to put on an addendum for explaining a previous low LSAT. I mean is just saying, "I was extremely sick that day" a viable explaination?? I really don't think so, although it could be valid and true, it just sounds weak. Any thoughts would be helpful both to me, and anyone else in my situation. Thanks
« on: October 03, 2005, 03:24:47 PM »
I already know (I called my laywer) I must disclose my criminal background to the law school even though my record was expunged. I was 19 when I got a DUI, I never was convicted, nor pleaded any guilt, and the record was expunged. What my question is, is do you think I should appologize for my actions, when in a legal sense I was never found guilty nor convicted. Or should I just explain the facts of the case. Her is the copy of the disclosure addendum that I will write. What I want you guys to tell me is if I should or should NOT include the last sentance where I try to assume guilt. Even though right above it, in the facts of the case, I never gave admittance of guilt. Thanks for your imput.
On July 29th 2002 at the age of 19, I was arrested of drinking and driving. I was not convicted, I went on probation without any admittance of guilt, charges were dismissed and the arrest was completely expunged from my record. In good faith of true disclosure I felt it necessary to provide this information. I truly recognize how big a mistake it was and subsequently became a large advocate against drinking and driving.
« on: October 01, 2005, 05:51:24 PM »
You will actually get it sooner than the 21st, i got my last june score about a week before by email. So be ready!!
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