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Messages - Ghilly
« on: February 10, 2007, 04:04:34 PM »
how do we delete our posts? ...i didn't realize it was any different than discussing the "released" tests prior to their release.
Just go to modify and at the top right of your post and delete everything. I didn't know it was taboo either.
« on: February 10, 2007, 03:52:47 PM »
JTG - we should erase our responses on this thread. I didn't know you weren't supposed to talk about the test.
« on: January 08, 2007, 10:06:13 PM »
At midnight?? Thanks!
« on: October 28, 2006, 01:51:23 PM »
Zamora, why did you change the title of this thread? "HYS with a 2.8 and a 160" was PRICELESSSSS!!!
« on: October 28, 2006, 01:41:55 PM »
Here's one that I remember from last year:
Hi, great board! Question for the team:
Why hasn't anyone thought of this? If I put that I'm homosexual on my PS, but am really heterosexual, how will adcoms find out!? It's not like they administer polygraphs or something, right? I hope not 'cause I'm terrible at math. BTW, thats kinda why I need an edge. 'Cause, I'm soooo bad at math. I think I have ADD Disorder. Wait, could I tie that into the homosexuality? I think struggling with both will really give me the edge when I apply to The HYS.
« on: October 28, 2006, 01:21:56 AM »
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Where were you for the "HYS with a 2.8/160" thread. That thread should be pinned, I still show it to people.
« on: October 28, 2006, 01:15:48 AM »
Thank god for LSD, I thought I was just stupid when I tried the bird game.
« on: October 21, 2006, 11:54:21 AM »
The games are the most coachable section of the test. Almost all non-math majors struggle at first with the games. Did you try Powerscore's Logic Games Bible? It's the best for the games IMO, really clear and concise instruction. Schools in the 10 to 30 range receive so many apps relative to slots that I'm not sure that a math-disability addendum will help your chances enough to overcome that LSAT score. I'm definitely no insider though. Good luck this cycle.
« on: October 21, 2006, 02:52:27 AM »
You have excellent soft factors (URM, WE, Credible GPA addendum). I think you'll be strongly considered each school that you are considering. Are you a lock for the T14? No.
« on: October 18, 2006, 04:35:21 PM »
I've decided to write my personal statement in the form of a Logical Reasoning Question.
Adcoms like to decipher fun little games! Breaks up all the other boring applications!!!! God, people suck.
Tell me what you think!
People who are not ugly are superior human beings. Those who are superior possess a keen ability to judge othersí personalities, even if these personalities are forced to be represented incompletely on an unfairly simplistic piece of paper. An adcom who possesses this trait looks closely at every application, regardless of the personís race, creed, color or numerical value. Closely evaluating each application is a reflection of a smart adcom. And of course, any smart adcom would immediately admit DemingH and provide her with a full ride and the white pony of her choosing.
What can be properly inferred based on the passage above?
a) Deming actually deserves two ponies, one of which must be white. And donít forget they need a stable to live in.
b) If the reader rejects Deming, then he/she is clearly a hideous mongrel and hasn't accepted the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ into his/her heart.
c) The person reading this PS should immediately admit the applicant, unless the reader wants to lose his/her job, dignity and sense of self worth.
d) If the person reading this personal statement is beautiful, intelligent and discerning, he/she is also a superior form of human being and will be brought a steaming hot latte by an equally superior smokin-hot stranger the day after Demingís acceptance letter arrives.
e) DemingH is way funner than can be expressed by GPA and LSAT Scores, and her funness should be weighted appropriately when calculating the applicant index.
Choice e can clearly be eliminated because it can be inferred that a beautiful and saved adcom would never use an index, which is a device employed by scientists, who are liberals and therefore godless.