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Law School Applications / Re: Chances of admission
« on: June 20, 2012, 03:48:26 PM »
You seem to associate criticism with jealousy. Brings about another hmmmmm. Not only are you awesome, but I want to be you.  You must meet many people who feel that way because you are so awesome.  If you as the chosen started a cult, I would follow you.

You are full of it.  Ah, now I can sleep at night.

The myth of the perfect LSAT is lore in the LSAT world.  The LSAC takes pride over the fact that there are never any perfect scores.  I did look at lawschoolnumbers and yes, there are a few 180s reported. Are they legit? Idk, but you're right it does seem so.

Why can't you understand this: if you do not want to speak to me, stop addressing me. Certainly stop addressing me with more effort that you do of those being nice to your likely pile of crap. Damn kid.

Signed, the one who wants to be you.

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Law School Applications / Re: Chances of admission
« on: June 19, 2012, 10:52:24 PM »
If you have no need for my suspicion or my comments, stop responding. Good God, man. I still think you're full of it.

Please name 1 single person who has gotten a 180? Just one. Ben Stein? In practical terms- it just doesn't happen. 170s, yes. 180 not so much.  You know logic is learned, right?  If you are being honest about your score, skip law school and start an LSAT test prep company.

You reference specifically states 158 is top %20ish percent (top %26.4). I don't know what to say to you about that.  I'll gloss over the fact that its a commercial ad and not trustworthy (meaning they probably change the numbers slightly to scare people in order to seem more needed, selling more services).

P.S. Did you score a perfect score on the MCAT too?

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Law School Applications / Re: Chances of admission
« on: June 19, 2012, 02:31:29 PM »
No one. I mean no one has scored a perfect 180 in the past 20 years, if ever.  Don't assume you know my position. I'm not "bitter" because of me. I'm "bitter" because you are full of shi.t.

I will say that I am both young enough to remember and old enough to recognize childhood optimism.  The world isn't like you think it will be. Not saying its bad, but you'll see. 

A sophomore scoring a 177-180? Dude. You're probably a kid speculating perfection in a world where its intentionally denied- LSAC does not want anyone scoring 180. If you score a 180, no law school in the U.S. or Canada will turn you down. If anything for the novelty of enrolling a record breaker.  So drop some of those majors, one or two- your call, and sit back, with a 180 you can get in anywhere regardless of you UGPA.

FYI, 158 isn't a bad score- top %20ish, maybe. If you had said you gotten a 158 or even a 168, I'd have found you slightly credible.  But a perfect score, nah. Not to mention there does not seem to be much thought to the relation of you choice of three majors.

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Law School Applications / Re: Chances of admission
« on: June 19, 2012, 02:53:30 AM »
Has anyone ever gotten a 180 LSAT? Ever in history? They don't really care too much about anyone with less than 5 majors.

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Law School Applications / Re: Chances of admission
« on: June 18, 2012, 03:51:09 PM »
oh only a 177? In that case....

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Law School Applications / Re: How many letters really?
« on: June 17, 2012, 06:09:31 PM »
You can't. LSAC limits the number per each school's request.

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Law School Applications / Re: Chances of admission
« on: June 17, 2012, 06:07:48 PM »
a 3.9 triple major GPA and a 180 LSAT? Hmmmm

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new, I don't really understand what you're trying to say. I know the pain of being waitlisted. Not hearing anything? That seems worse. Please tell me you applied to other schools. If all your hopes rest on Kent, I'm not sure what to say. Call them- its been way too long and this late it can't hurt.


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I don't know Kent, but some admission offices are unbelievably disorganized.  I had a friend who ended up going to one law school and never even heard from one of the schools she applied to, UDC. Don't know when she applied though. Fortunately for her, UDC was only a safety and she thought it was just funny.

Is your application complete?

It being this long, if I were you and wanted to go to Kent, I would email or call them.  They should being pulling people off the waitlist by now.  You should have heard from them by now one way or the other.

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General Board / Re: Law school girlfriend will probably be dismissed
« on: June 11, 2012, 10:23:07 PM »
GGU?

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