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Pursuing an LLM / Re: How selective are LLM programs for US students?
« on: December 22, 2010, 06:48:49 PM »
So those who can't do, keep not doing....interesting..... ???

Then again I'm not an LLM just a 2L, so what I posted was based on my hearing 3L's saying their opinions on if they'd ever do it or not. I have a 0L on this forum trying to pretend they know more than someone halfway through their JD,(dumbashell) so I'll learn from their stupidity and not try to claim the same god like knowledge of LLM's,

Law School Admissions / Re: 2010-2011 Application Cycle
« on: December 22, 2010, 06:44:08 PM »
Wow, fetus, me 2L, me know how lawschool work.

You can watch legally blonde all you want, but reality is not a tv show nor is it whatever myth they feed you in prelaw. Logic matters(never contested that but you are too illogical to realise that) I see fetus's like you each term walk in the door and they either get the realitybitchslap and move on, or stay selfrightously ignorant to reality and fail out with a grammaticly perfect appeal letter that ends up denied.

"but my friends told me....... :'("

Proper English and logic are don't matter in law school?

Again, no wonder you are so negative. English and logic are not necessary to apply law to fact.  I'll keep that in mind if I decide I want to fail at law school.

Law School Admissions / Re: OPINIONS PLEASE?
« on: December 22, 2010, 06:40:17 PM »
Work experience dosn't matter that much. It's mainly your degree and GPA. However it is nice frosting, but not the meat&potato's.
If you have volunteer experience that probably means more than work as far as they are concerned anyways.

A guy could have 20 years workexperience making trucks for GM, but that lifetime of work would mean less than a single week of volunteer experience at a legal clinic.

Transferring / Re: What is considered T1?
« on: December 22, 2010, 02:07:19 PM »
Its just proof how stupid people fall for marketing. Makes you wonder how people judged lawschools BEFORE a private corporation told them what to think a few years GOD, an American NOT before told what to do by a commercial? MADNESS!!!!!!!!

Law School Admissions / Re: 2010-2011 Application Cycle
« on: December 22, 2010, 02:03:47 PM »
What a surprise a 0L making corrections to things that don't matter to lawschool, way to be a fetus, fetus.
What's next math? Enjoy your BA, its all you are capable of.

Law School Admissions / Re: 2010-2011 Application Cycle
« on: December 22, 2010, 09:54:51 AM »
So despite all the "advise" you give on this board you are a 0-L?

Well, thats interesting.

So I decided I'll keep a mini-journal of my process here.  For those of you who haven't read my previous post about me, I have an LSAC GPA of 3.35 and a LSAT score of 173.  My GPA is misleading.  I went to school from 2000-2001, which included a semester where I never went to class nor took an exam.  So that was 5 F's on my transcript.  My GPA sicne returning to school in 2007 is a 3.98.  So if schools ignore my original course work, I am in the 75 (or higher) percentile for nearly every school short the top few schools.  If they go strictly by my LSAC GPA, I am a classic splitter.

I have already applied to 11 schools, several with fee waivers (Duke, William & Mary, Virginia, BU, GW fee waivers---- paid application fee Stanford, Cornell, Michigan, NYU, Columbia, Chicago).  My UPENN app is finished, but waiting to be sent in on the 24th.  Georgetown, Harvard, and Yale will be filed as they come up.  I also have fallbacks Seton Hall, Venderbilt, Minnesota with fee waivers, plus BC and Fordham where I will have to pay to apply.  If I get into a T14, I won't apply to any of my fallback schools.

I applied via Duke's prioirty track, and got my response today.  They have waitlisted me, which I was surprised about.  I figured I would get few waitlists with predicament.  I was reaosning I would either be denied because of my LSAC GPA, or accepted because of my GPA since returning to school.  Now, I have a feeling waitlists will be more landing spot for many of the T-14 schools.  I'll have to take a wait and see approach until November when other notices start coming in.

so why do we americans make people get a freakin' phd? Is it because we are just that more intelligent or do you think its a bunch of rich white guys trying to make it harder for anyone who isn't one of them(or something they consider "one of the good ones") to get into their precious little club?

Law School Admissions / Re: 2.7 undergrad GPA 3.4 MS and 3.7 PhD LSAT 142
« on: December 22, 2010, 08:19:18 AM »
It won't let me search either.

Transferring / Re: What is considered T1?
« on: December 21, 2010, 09:43:39 PM »
Why worry about it? It's all baloney anyways. Barpass rate is hardly even a factor in it. Its "how other schools view you" My neighbors wife is hot and most others would agree, but that dosn't change the fact that she's a psycho female dog and if you stick in her you will get an itch that even penacilin can't cure, same bullshitt with these ratings.

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