How is your relationship with your classmates in and outside of academia? Is it a collegial environment?
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I have a friend who had a 3.0 / 162 and he got into Rutgers Camden, Penn State, and Suffolk. He also got into St. John's and Brooklyn Law. Not a URM, and no special EC. But I think he had a really good PS.
So I think you have a good shot at many of those schools you listed.
Studying for the LSAT / Re: Long time Poster/Lurker here...would appreciate some advice on the LSAT. tyia.« on: September 17, 2008, 04:27:34 PM »
Have you been preparing at all? If not, definitely postpone.
« on: September 12, 2008, 03:10:52 PM »
wow good job. i have started like that and increased by 20 pts as well. keep at it!
i was going to apply 2 years ago when i was a senior in college, and had gotten all of the LORs ready. but i ended up taking a couple years off to re-take my lsats and such.
i realized in one of the letters (the prof showed me a copy), he wrote the specific dates. for example he wrote "i recommend this candidate for the class of 2009" etc..
do you think i have to go and re-ask all of my recommenders to revise their letters just incase they had done something like that? or would law schools understand that some of my LORs are from before when i was a student at school 2 years ago..