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Shouldn't you be a lock at Cornell and Georgetown?  (Is that a real phrase?  Being abroad is reeking havoc on my English.)
Clearly  :D (it's "wrecking")

ETA: Actually I'm wrong too, it's "wreaking" so I'll just shut up now.

Haha!  I knew it didn't look correct...  Fixed.

169...this is going to be a nerve-wrecking cycle trying to sneak that with a 3.79 from a mid-public into a T14

Shouldn't you be a lock at Cornell and Georgetown?  (Is that a real phrase?  Being abroad is wreaking havoc on my English.)


My update box has been filled, but my score is not in.  I had to force myself to go to bed this morning at about 5 a.m. after waiting up all night.  (OK, I may have gone out and gotten lost on the way home...)  I'm abroad and so mad at LSAC right now!!!

Law School Admissions / Re: Cornell Dean's Certificate
« on: October 08, 2008, 03:19:22 AM »
That was a great idea!  I called my school last night and got it in the mail today.  They'll even accept a faxed copy if the one in the mail gets lost.  Phew!

Law School Admissions / Cornell Dean's Certificate
« on: October 07, 2008, 01:28:34 AM »
So, I'm hoping to get my documents in to Cornell in time for the early action deadline of November 15th.  What are my options for the Dean's Certificate form?  Will they accept a digitally drawn signature or a typed signature?  What about a faxed copy of the form?  (I'm hoping that my parents will mail the forms for me.)

I would be able to submit it by snail mail from abroad, but my school requires a stamped envelope, which I unfortunately cannot come up with.


Studying for the LSAT / Re: So how did we do?
« on: October 05, 2008, 12:35:33 AM »
I had a different test, but I think I did OK.  I had LR-RC-LR-LR-LG.  I don't think I did too well on the first two sections, but the last three were easy as cake.  I finished both LR sections early, which is almost unheard of for me except for on PrepTest 48, and the LG weren't too difficult.  This has  me a little worried that there might have been a curve similar to PrepTest 48, but I guess I'll never know.  Overall, I feel really good about it and am prepared to accept whatever score I get (provided it's a 167 or above haha).

Law School Admissions / Re: The Economy & This Cycle?
« on: October 04, 2008, 12:45:00 AM »
How early is early?

I'm starting to feel behind since I haven't submitted my apps yet and it seems like a lot of people on LSN have (I am planning to submit everything in the next two weeks, hopefully), but it seems a little ridiculous to feel late during the first week of October.  :-\

anything before thanksgiving is early.  anything before nov 1 is super early.

I definitely hope this is the case!  I'll be submitting as soon as my October LSAT score comes in.  (Already have the transcripts and letters of recommendation processed.)

Studying for the LSAT / Re: For those that have already taken an LSAT..
« on: October 01, 2008, 04:45:54 AM »
I'm retaking in a few days, but...

For my first go, the testing center at my school was supposed to be an expansive auditorium desks with swivel chairs (I checked it out), but being in the last half of the alphabet, they made us go next door to a crappy room with triangular "desks" that wouldn't fit an entire sheet of 8.5x11 piece of paper.  We had to keep pencils and erasers on the cushion edge of the folded-up seat next to us.

For this retest, I think I'll bring an Amy Winehouse-style beehive wig so that at least I won't have to worry about where I keep my pencils.

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