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I will be flying there (from East Coast, school West Coast).  This is my clear cut number one choice. If accepted I would most likely go there.

Question: During the "meeting" do I make it clear that this school is my number one choice and if accepted I would be there in the fall?

I both see positives and negatives about doing this.

Positive: He will know I am very serious about his school, and it would eliminate any uncertainty about my decision if accepted (Keep in mind this school does not offer early acceptance/early decision options)

Negative: Would I lose any chance of scholarship when they know I would go there if accepted, would I be in automatic waitlist if they know I would wait for their decision.

According to LSN, Chiasu, etc. I have around a 50/50% chance at this school. So it not like I would be an automatic rejection (or I hope I wouldn't) or acceptance.

Choosing the Right Law School / Any info on Lubbock andTexas Tech Law?
« on: August 24, 2008, 08:22:24 PM »
Is Texas Tech a tier two school?
Does anyone really like/dislike lubbock or the law school. Just trying to find more about the school that is not on their website.

I already have somewhat of an idea of the likelihool for admission to these schools. I got a 155 (retake)/ 3.57 GPA, with a grad degree, and full time work experience in the public sector. Anyone with prior experience with any of these schools have any information, that would be great.

Law School Admissions / Question: About LSAT score and an addendum...
« on: July 12, 2008, 03:17:23 PM »
I am looking at a school where I have a gpa at the median and an lsat score right at the 25th percentile. Would it be appropriate/advantageous for me to add an addendum to my application that might help explain my lower than average LSAT score, or do you think most admissions officiers would look at it as making excuses for a not so hot score.

It seems these passages are longer, does anyone have a certain strategies in attacking RC with these types of passages. I have been studying past tests that do not have these type of passages.

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