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Reviews, Visits, and Rankings / Re: Class of 2010 New Median Numbers
« on: August 23, 2007, 05:32:04 PM »
Tourguide at Vandy said their new median will be a 167.

But your school is Columbia, right? 

I think that was 172. 

General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Re: Why me?
« on: August 21, 2007, 01:09:12 AM »
Why would someone . . . give a flying sh*t about whether or not someone "throws away" their life?

What an immature and selfish person you are.

Better to be selfish, or selfless?

Huh?  What did I do?  I thought the pink bike and helmet sounded like a tempting offer. 

People seem so hostile lately. 

I haven't spoken at all in LM yet.

Talking to some, ahem, older students, most of them say something like, there's no way I could have done this at 21, etc.  For them taking time off was probably a good idea.  To each his own.   :) 

I'm trying not to take Legal Methods too seriously, but it's a lot of reading (compared to undergrad), and I feel like I have to do it all!  (I have Ginsburg). 

Supposedly Barzini had some other issues; I wouldn't use him as an example.  I had good numbers; they put me around the 50th percentile LSAT and 75th for GPA at CLS, I think.  Plus I'm very charming, or so the CLS women tell me.     

I was 20 when I was applying, and I go to Columbia now. 


Having a good time, too.   :)

Anyway, to the OP: your age doesn't matter.  Apply now if you really want to, but know that your chances would be better if you waited a few years since your low GPA would become less relevant in the adcoms' minds.  Get a high enough LSAT score, and anything is possible. 

Law School Applications / Re: Halfie Dilemma
« on: August 17, 2007, 05:14:05 PM »
the non-flirting in here is out of control

Aw, sorry.  I'll try harder. 

Law School Applications / Re: Halfie Dilemma
« on: August 17, 2007, 04:15:03 PM »
Will I ever see you in New York? 

i'm looking right at you as we speak.

A five-foot tall Asian guy in a suit just asked me where he could find a free bus to upstate New York.  Was that you? 

Law School Applications / Re: Halfie Dilemma
« on: August 17, 2007, 04:09:34 PM »
I think that's cal.  Where is Stan?

stan is not taking screening interviews very seriously.  that's where he is.

wait, that's actually what he's doing.  nevermind.

Will I ever see you in New York?

Well, since I am a published anthropologist/sociologist

Lol, OK. 

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