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Great. I was hoping I wouldn't have to worry about my score this weekend. I still am going to hope it comes tomorrow.

What are you guys, 14 years old?? Making fun of people by posting those pictures? You must have no life. And Carpe, what do you care if people decide to go to a tier 4 school, does that hurt you? Who cares? At least these people are trying to better themselves by getting more education, its better than sitting on their asses all day looking up info on tier 4 schools and making fun of them while posting pictures of them trying to insult others. You child. What tier 1 school are you going to by the way? Did you even get into a school yet?

That isn't LSAC--it's LSDAS. I really doubt that the test people are the same as the application people.

Unless LSAC is just one guy sitting at a computer in Pennsylvania, cackling to himself... :)

hahaha, i had such a vivid image reading that. he has black hair, glasses, and he works at a computer in a garage with printed pages of despairing lsd threads covering his walls. he's having fun. i wonder why he looks so much like bob saget.

LSAC Computer Guy's Cubicle


Will we get the email first or will the score show up on LSAC first?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: the poop strike.
« on: October 17, 2007, 01:45:21 PM »
I'm not sure if that hurts LSAC as much as it hurts you.

Looking on LSAC at LOR requirements for certain schools, some has Required/Accepted, whereas others have Recommended/Accepted. I'm assuming the latter means that they aren't required, just recommended. So if the school recommends 3 and you only send in two, does that look bad, even though they weren't required? Should I just play it safe and get three if it says recommended?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: For those with no dashed lines...
« on: October 17, 2007, 10:33:52 AM »
The dashes finally showed up for me.

ME TOO!! i am so relieved...i thought my score was below 166 (that's the cutoff for dashed lines).

It was sort of funny the first time you mentioned the 166 cut off for dashed lines. It's not funny anymore though.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Please tell me i'm not the only one getting
« on: October 17, 2007, 10:33:24 AM »
I just got an email from Chapman University School of Law inviting me to meet with one of their reps. I've never even heard of this school before but its in Anaheim California. Their median LSAT is 158 so Im guessing that is T3, maybe T4. Anyone else get this email today?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: How Will You Celebrate a Successful Score?
« on: October 17, 2007, 09:48:17 AM »
A bottle of whiskey either way. If it's good, I will drink with friends. If bad, I will sit on the couch by myself and drink until I pass out. Then wake up the next day ready to start studying again for December.  :-\

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Please tell me i'm not the only one getting
« on: October 17, 2007, 09:46:50 AM »
I think they just send that crap out to everyone that's registered with LSAC.  I was freaked out when I got a few of them but then I got fee-waivers from a lot a T25 schools so I don't think that it means anything.

I didn't get any fee waivers from T25 schools? Does that mean I'm screwed? I didn't take the LSAT before September, the only thing on my file would be my GPA. I guess it doesn't mean anything.

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