Don't you people have anything better to do with your time than to post in this thread that I started just to get some friggin advice?
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Messages - Gretchen W.
Your mind has just been blown? Imagine how Lindbergh is feeling about now.
What are you people even talking about?
Your SAT score predicts an LSAT score of around 175 (provided you prep well), so you should be good at most schools, except HYS, which have even higher GPA requirements.
Oh, thanks so much! I can never get any good advice from these clowns.
It's a top law school by most people's definitions, not T-14, but a good school.
But I have my heart set on somehwere else. I'm not planning on applying till next year, which is why it was no big deal to delay the LSAT.
Yeah, I'm thinking this is what he must have done.
The other part of the story is that my bf is kind of a control freak; he wants me to go to the law school he works for. I've kind of had my heart set on another top school, and I think he's worried I'll get in and dump him.
I don't know, I think this is just a move to control me? Then he'll have all this power over me the rest of my life if I go to his school
No wonder we have a reputation for being mean, judgmental, and unhelpful.
Yeah, really. I know this sounds like a weird problem to have but you guys could at least give me some advice.
No, I feel a little guilty about it though
I was supposed to take the February test but I had to delay it for personal hygeine reasons. I've signed up for June and one of the stipulations in my acceptance is that I take the LSAT and get at least a 154.
Doesn't this seem very strange? Do you think my boyfriend is playing a joke on me?
My boyfriend is an admissions officer at a top law school. I was accepted there even though I haven't taken the LSAT yet, do you think I got special treatment?
Well I have a good GPA and good recs. My boyfriend also read all my essays and really liked them. My practice scores are in the mid 160s; do you think that because of my natural aptitude they just decided to accept me?