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« on: September 22, 2006, 12:09:39 PM »
I don't think it is necessary to spell out the obvious if it is definitely clear to people other than yourself. Sometimes YOU know what you are hinting at because YOU have been thinking about it and writing about it for hours. I know that I have been guilty of this in the past. Have someone else read it to be sure they see your point.
I'm wondering the same thing. It appears as if the "Degree (Summary) GPA" is the one reported by your UG and the "Cumulative GPA" is the one calculated by lsac. I am a little doubtful because my 2 GPA's are exactly the same.
Can anyone tell me if I am right or wrong?
In Kaplan's defense, I started off with no idea what I was doing in LG and was able to ace the section by the end. That doesn't mean that Kaplan is more effective or valuable than other courses. It does mean that Kaplan can definitely teach LG to (at least) some people.
On the other hand, my LR score didn't change too much and my RC score actually went down.
This may have already been covered... buuut I'm lazy and I don't feel like reading all 19 pages for a simple question. I took the LSAT in October 2005 and got a bunch of fee waivers, but I didn't apply that cycle. I'm applying now but have no fee waivers. My numbers (167, 3.74) are waiver-worthy somewhere. I gave lsac permission to release all my info and everything, but is there anything I can do to let schools know that I'm applying this cycle? I really don't want to contact every school and ask for a waiver.