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Studying for the LSAT / Re: The "I have officially started drinking thread"
« on: December 22, 2005, 05:39:43 PM »
That's it...i'm getting hammered.

At least then I'll sleep in and not be awoken by lsat dreams..and hopefully by the time I awake the score will be in  (one of the perks of living in nyc -- i can stay out super late.)

And ohh yeah, since I just found out today I got denied for my fee waiver, I called them to pay my past due.  When they said on the phone it could take longer than 24 hrs, I questioned that I wouldn't be getting my score. And the lady replied, yeah well then you can go online, and you won't get it any later than everyone else.  So I'm assuming that means it's coming soon.

Off to jack with a splash of coke land.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Updated Docs
« on: December 22, 2005, 10:16:41 AM »
I am updated.

And f*ing pissed off at the lsac.  I appealed a fee waiver decision, and when I logged on before, my hold had been cleared.  I just doubled checked, and it is back up now so I gave them a call and I got denied (which i don't understand since I have been unable to work this entire year because of a medical condition).  Flipping a**holes.  

Hopefully this is not signs to come of more bad news today.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Cruelest emails Very Weird!
« on: December 22, 2005, 08:49:13 AM »
They are doing alot of updating to personal accounts.  I just logged into find that I do not have a hold on my account.  When i called them to ask if I had been approved for a fee waiver, they informed me they can't even access the accounts now as different departments are going into the system and updating it.

So, whether or not that means anything for our scores i'm not sure.... just sure they must be trying to do a hell of a lot of work before they take their Christmas breaks.

me too.... i wasn't trying to scare anyone, and am hoping the rep is completely wrong (he didn't sound like the most intelligent person I've spoke with there -- it that's any consolation.)

Just got off the phone with representative from LSAC about my fee waiver request.  I was concerned because the request hasn't been processed so I have a hold on my account and wouldn't be able to recieve my scores.  I was informed that due to the holidays there was going to be a delay this time and scores wouldn't be out till the 30th.   I hope to g-d he is wrong.  Has anyone else spoken with someone from the lsac whom has said differently.

Personal Statements, Resumes, and Letters of Recommendation / Re: reader?
« on: December 19, 2005, 12:11:52 PM »
sure send me the ps, I'll proof and send back, and hopefully you'll do the same.

Pm me thanks.

Law School Admissions / Re: Is my addendum good?
« on: December 19, 2005, 12:08:53 PM »
I don't think it neccessarily sounds whiny, but I would take out the part about stress induced migraines.  Though it may be a valid reason, it may make the admission commitee question your ability to deal with the stress of law school.

if you still need, pm me.  I'd like it if you were able to comment on mine also.

Anyone out ther willing to read my ps?  Need alot of helping cutting it down, and involving a little bit more of why I want to go to law school.

I'd love to read other peoples also, and will have a quick turnaround time.


Think I'll stick with the Van Halen.  Might even wear my jean jacket into the test center.

But I am seriously happy that I just checked my admission ticket, and found out I am taking the test in a town called Pleasantville.  I vaguely recollect picking this sight even though it was ten minutes farther away because I didn't want to take it at a law school -- thought it would be stressful.

Now I'm just pumped I'm at Pleasantville . ;D

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