« on: September 15, 2006, 11:39:18 AM »
In comparison, SNL makes me feel like a genius. (Especially if Jimmy Fallon is on screen.)
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Thanks for all of the input. Hearing about similar experiences has helped very much. I was able to squeeze some cash from the parental units by explaining the fee waiver process, so I will probably be applying to more schools now.
This possibility brings up a new dilemma. I'm not too keen on Cornell and I can't live in Tennessee so Vandy is out. Duke seems like it would be a good fit in terms of numbers and location. One MAJOR problem: I grew up in Connecticut as a UConn basketball fan and I continue to follow the team mercilessly. For anyone who is familiar with NCAA basketball, UConn and Duke are bitter rivals. Now, I would love to be able to attend some kickass bball games at Cameron but I could never support Duke's team and respect myself. Would attending Duke be completely unethical?
« on: September 11, 2006, 04:38:50 PM »
Fun fact for you: The BMT was originally named after the Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit line. It has since evolved to mean "Bigger, Meatier, Tastier." I love it and I'm suspect of anyone who doesn't.
Thanks for the input everyone. Monday's POTD turns out to be turkey and ham in New York. It was delicious.
Edit: Actually, it's "Biggest, Meatiest, Tastiest." My B.
« on: September 11, 2006, 11:21:34 AM »
Register for the LSDAS on lsac.org. Once you do that, you will be asked to fill in information about your recommenders. The website will use the information you provide to fill in LOR forms for each recommender. Each recommender must send one copy of his/her letter and the form with his/her information to lsac's address. (662 penn street, po box 8508, newtown, pa 18940-8508)
If you are nervous about your professors' ability to send both the letter and the form to that address, you can have them seal the letter and the form in an envelope, sign across the flap and mail it to you. This method isn't really any easier, though. As far as I know, there are no advantages or disadvantages with regards to processing time for either method.