« on: January 12, 2008, 11:31:11 AM »
Messages - P. Pius
« on: January 08, 2008, 11:14:11 PM »
I'll add on the Admissions people at Arizona State are very friendly and helpful. They've answered my questions in a relatively quick timeframe (a day or two, at most) and have seemingly gone out of their way to keep me updated on the status of my application. One of the Directors of Admissions from the College of Law who I met at one of the Forums has been a big help and one of the reasons I decided to apply to the school. By far, Arizona State has gone above and beyond what I'd expect from a law school in terms of friendliness and efficiency.
There have been a few schools though that I have been less impressed with. Oh well, that's the way the cookie crumbles I guess.
I was wondering if you all think I need to submit an LSAT addendum to the schools I'm applying to? I took the test in Sept. and did fairly poorly on it (part of it related to nerves and stress as I put quite a bit of studying time into it) I retook in December and saw an 8 point jump in my score. (It's much more respectable now)
Anyways, with my gpa of a 3.31 (3.6 for my major), I'm unsure if the added addendum would help my case...or be merely another essay that adcoms would have to look at. Any ideas??
Edit: My LSAT is now a 153
Woooohoooo!!! A 153. Actually an improvement over Sept's test. Games saved my butt this time: - 3. RC was a little worse than I expected, as was the last LR section.
No worries though, I'm happy with my 153!!
I got mine. I did worse than any practice test I ever took.
Keep your chin up. The same thing happened to me in September and I retook. Don't let it get ya down...see where you can improve upon and go from there.
blah, you got your score too?!
Hang in there...I'm still waiting for mine too.
« on: December 20, 2007, 05:39:29 PM »
I took the test in September at a community college. After getting through about three or so sections, I found out there was some class being taught in the class next door to us. To make it worse, the professor teaching the class loved talking loud and practically yelling to make his point...or whatever he was doing. During break, one of the proctors went over and asked him to quiet down. He did for a while, but started back up again pretty quickly. When we started on the writing section, he played the Jeopardy theme song for a couple minutes. Probably his attempt at humor...I'm just glad it wasn't during a "normal" section.
The one I took in December wasn't too bad. Thankfully there were no classes being taught around us.