« on: December 10, 2007, 10:09:03 PM »
To the 106 applicants who applied to Yale with >3.0 and >155, unless you cured colon cancer as an extracurricular, WTF were you thinking?
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It's a half-assed reference to the Simpsons... I wanted to like it, because it was a reference to the golden age (season 3-8) era. But Wallace meant to say "But the bad news is the frogurt contains potassium benzoate".
Anyway, I found the wait for the LSAT score to be more stressful than the wait for applications. But application stress lasts like 4 months, so I guess it's worse. But you kinda know where you're gonna get in before hand, so it's not as bad. But you never really know, so I guess it's worse. But I had already decided to I wasn't going unless I got into my first choice, so maybe my situation isn't representative.
Look under "self study."
Powerscore Bibles are tops for importance, IMHO. Often cheaper on Ebay.
I'm sorry to break your LSAT-spoony hearts, but the wait only begins after you get your LSAT score. That's when you feel the ultimate in crunch-time, as I'm currently feeling. Not to mention the anxiety of knowing that people with your numbers are already in, and you're still on the sideline, waiting for the other team to punt.
Like you, I thought that my cycle would be over once the LSAT had passed. Then, when I saw my score, I knew that the cycle was just beginning.
The good news is that the wait comes with free frogurt!
EDIT: The frogurt isn't that great.