« on: October 31, 2004, 06:40:19 PM »
I applied through LSAC on 10/18 and they reqeuested mine on Friday 10/29 if that helps.
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« on: October 20, 2004, 03:02:21 PM »
When did you submit your apps for SMU and Texas and when were the reports requested? I just submitted mine yesterday and I am wondering how long it will take them to request them. Thanks.
Does anyone know the preferred way of notating each attachment, such as the personal statement. Should I write Personal Statement in the header with my name? Or put my name in the header and have Personal Statement as the title? Should I have a creative title? Thanks for any advice.
I ttok powerscore and went up 11 points from 156 on my first test to a 167 on the real thing and I didnt even do half the HW. One of friends took the same class and did every problem and about 15 tests and he went from a 143 on the first to a 163 on the real thing. You can definitely go up more than 10 points if you put in the work.
KCCOLE and MAROONOUT:
Thanks for your replies. Since you are both Texas residents, would you think that I have a good chance of getting in to UT? Not statisically speaking, but judging from others you know who have been accepted in the past. All of my friends who have been rejected have had substanitally lower numbers, and the few I know who got in were slightly higher than mine. Thanks again for your help.
Does any really know how much being a resident of Texas will affect my chances of getting into UT? LSGPA is 3.85 and 167 LSAT and I am in-state. I know my chances of getting in are pretty good, but I wanted to know how much being in-state would make a diffrence. Thanks for your help and advice.
« on: July 16, 2004, 02:07:53 PM »
I took the full length class for the June test. I would say there was about 10 kids in my class. It was a good size. Jeremy would also take time to meet with people individually about tests, which helped me out quite a bit. He is also really good at building confidence in people. I would recommend the full length if you can afford it. It is a lot of work, but it would definitely pay off.