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Law School Admissions / Re: Cardozo Report
« on: January 04, 2007, 07:42:07 AM »
Write to Cardozo admission office via E-mail for fax and they will give you an answer.  I sent the personal statement written for UCLA to Berkeley, and Berkeley suggested that I send the right one to them via fax.  Admission office can be understanding some times.

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Law School Admissions / Re: Certification Letter & Electronic Signature
« on: January 04, 2007, 07:35:53 AM »
Thank you guys. Finally submitted all of the apps. It seems that they all accept electronic signatures, including Duke.

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Law School Admissions / Re: IS IT TOO LATE?
« on: January 03, 2007, 09:36:41 PM »
It depends on what schools u r applying for. The deadline of W&M is August. Yet get everything done as soon as possible. Writing to LSAC might also be helpful.  I wrote to LSAC to inquire about transcript, it might be pure coincidence, but the next day they got my transcript processed.

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Law School Admissions / Certification Letter & Electronic Signature
« on: January 01, 2007, 07:11:47 AM »

Duke:
If applying electronically, you must submit your signature electronically or mail the Certification Letter to our Office.
Berkeley:
You may elect to pay for and submit this application electronically, rather than printing and mailing it, or you may print and sign the Certification Letter, instead of the application, and send the letter along with the fee directly to the law school.

How to do an electronic signature?
&
Certification Letter = Print, Sign and mail the application form directly to the law school?

The questions look silly, but I’ve never don electronic signature before and English is not my mother tongue.  Thank you for the answer.  Hope I can get the apps in before 3rd.  Whew.

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Law School Admissions / LSDAS app problem
« on: December 26, 2006, 07:31:12 PM »
For the schools that have recommendation forms in LSDA electronic apps  indicating “Please type or print. This form will not be transmitted electronically”, do I have to ask my recommenders to send LOR directly to the admission committees or they will be satisfied with the letters send by LSDAS, and deem my file to be complete without the printed Recommendation form.

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LSAT is a matter of practice, if English if your mother tongue, then you have less obstacles to overcome. I think the secret to jump from 15* to 16* lies in Game Section. Spend 6 more months, and if you have exhausted LSAT materials, find some GRE 91-00 tests for reading and game. Much easier, but they may serve to speed u up. If u have not yet finished all the LSAT tests, do more tests. :)

Good Luck~!


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Take another LSAT if you really don't want to go to one of the 154-157 schools. My June LSAT is 160, Dec. one is 168, and this made the originally impossible targets possible. I originally planned to apply for several schools ranging from top40 to 60, and now I'm applying for a couple of schools around top 20 with extra working experience

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Thank you un28 and SpaceLaw,
Yet another question, for the schools that have recommendation forms in LSDA electronic apps  indicating “Please type or print. This form will not be transmitted electronically”, do I have to ask my recommenders to send LOR directly to the admission committees or they will be satisfied with the letters send by LSDAS, and deem my file to be complete without the printed Recommendation form.

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Can I choose if recommendations are to be sent along vs apps or not, and which letters to be sent, or they would be sent to the schools I apply vs LSDAS automatically? I have not yet finished filling the app forms, so I'm not sure if I have any choice concerning recommendation letters in fallowing steps. Thank you, in advance, for the answer.

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I did not finish the last few questions, and simply guess them. So I have no concept that if I got them right or not by reading the above discusstions of the last few questions, does anyone remember the approximate choices? Such as how many Ds and Bs it contains. Thanks :)




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