Purty lady, when did BC let you know you got in and if you don't mind what were your stats?
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All the talk has been about GULC early action transfers, but has anyone applied to BC's early action transfer program.
The yahoo transfer apps site also doesn't talk about BC early action.
I applied, did anyone else, past or present?
« on: March 15, 2009, 02:31:59 PM »
Thanks Dongo, good luck.
« on: March 15, 2009, 01:36:06 PM »
Hey everyone, I finished supplying all the application materials on march 10th.
When you guys say "go complete" what exactly do you mean?
I haven't gotten an email from the school or anything saying they've recieved my app (I know I completed it recently), on the LSAC website it said that they requested my report, about a day after I sent it.
Basically asking when you guys heard anything from the school after applying, and also how long after. Thanks, and good luck.
« on: March 14, 2009, 05:17:59 AM »
Yeah... Just to answer my own question, the schools I called said they would need the complete grades. They explained that it is more of a formality, but they need them. They were helpful in that if I didn't want to wait for the transcript to go to the LSAC and then to the school, I could just send my undergrad completed transcripts straight to them, which was great, the less middle men the better.
It depends on your goals. If you just want median, MS Word should be fine. If you're shooting for top 10%, I'd use OneNote.
I finished my first semester and did really well, and honestly as a mac user I've never even heard of one note.
It's the type of comments such as the one quoted above that makes law school challenging. People try to psych you out into doing things a certain way. I didn't even outline for classes. Study what works for you, some people take notes on the computer, some in a notepad, and some do great/bad with each method. I assure you it won't make a significant difference.
Did you submit your second semester senior year grades to the lsac/lsdas.
I am planning on sending out some transfer applications, is this necessary to do.
Anyone who did or didn't please write yes or no, clarity on this issue would be greatly appreciated.
Hey everyone I am applying to GULC(ea) and my question is about the lsdas report and whether or not we need to send it in.
Here is my question. The last time I sent in anything to the LSAC or LSDAS was when I was done with my fall semester in my senior year of undergrad. Do I need to go and submit my final year college grades to the LSAC from my prior school?
For example, I applied to law school after the fall of my senior year, and I had 108 credits at that point (120 to graduate), i never sent in the senior semester grades to lsac.(I had no need to)
Since I am applying now as a transfer student, Do i have to do this? My undergrad is notoriously slow, it will take them 10 days to send out the transcript let alone the processing time of the LSAC. I also don't want to send out my 2nd semester senior year grades to the lsac because i slacked off my 2nd semester senior year and it will bring my 3.14 gpa down lower (a little lower). Let me know what you think.
« on: February 14, 2009, 10:35:09 PM »
depends on school, lsat, undergrad gpa and rank...i go to a school in the 60s with a 3.2 curve...i had a 3.8 first semester last yr, was top 6%...applied gulc early..got deferred then wait listed after second semester left me with a 3.6...sat on wait list all summer then finally rejected...i am convinced my low lsat and poor undergrad gpa (2.7) was the deciding factor...
Dukegodally, did you apply to GULC EA part time, full time, or both?
« on: February 14, 2009, 10:31:57 PM »
Thanks for the answer, I thought undergrad gpa and lsat don't make a difference. I have a 3.19 undergrad gpa and a 161 lsat