I'll swap. PM me.
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« on: December 08, 2007, 01:43:02 AM »
That sounds good. Plus, I still haven't finalized my school selection yet. What do you think would be a good number to list? Say four? Three same tiered and two really really saftys?
« on: December 07, 2007, 02:04:40 PM »
I am filling out all of these apps and they ask you how many other schools you're applying to. I'm applying to 15 schools total. How bad is it that I have to list all of them? Can I get away with not listing some? And how badly will this impact my chances of getting in somewhere?
Thanks for all of the replies. I'm thinking about not writing one for some of them, but places like UC Davis specifically request an addendum if you've taken the test more than even once. I love the samples you guys gave and will totally use them. Thanks!
I took the LSAT three times, Feb 07, June07 and Sep 07. First I got a 157 (no real excuse other than work getting in the way of studying.), June (food poisoning and I had to go to the bathroom in the middle of the game section.) September not problems.
How do I phrase this without sounding like a flake?
I've been trying to rework my PS essay for the last three months and the admissions councilor guy I hired doesn't seem to be much help. All he's willing to do is correct comma splices etc. Nothing substantial has come out of it. I would be incredibly grateful if you guys would be willing to read my stuff.
I will, of course be perfectly willing to return the favor. I'm really on a time crunch and I don't know what else to do.