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You don't need to wait for them to give you the info (although I got mine in the letter I received dated 2/3 and received 2/5). Go to the Admissions section of their website and click on Admitted Students on the left. You'll need to enter your first name, last name, last 6 digits of SSN and email. If you can get in then you've been admitted. If it says you entered something wrong, you haven't been admitted yet. I hope this is what you were asking!


Incoming 1Ls / Re: Where's Everyone Going?
« on: February 07, 2005, 11:44:25 AM »
I'm going to be attending Lewis & Clark in the fall. Yahoo!

Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Re: Letter from Lewis and Clark
« on: February 05, 2005, 04:56:19 PM »
I got my letter today as well. 7k Dean's Scholarship for Excellence. I'm definitely asking for more.


I haven't gone to any of the events - they just weren't convenient for me. Plus, I had already decided I wanted to attend L&C. L&C is really my only choice, since I want to stay in Portland (I own a house and love it here).

Hopefully, you'll hear back soon. I applied in early January and just logged in to the site on 2/2. What are your numbers?



Did you try logging into the admitted students' website before you got your letter? Also, did you get a phone call at all? I'm kind of freaking out that it's a fluke I can login to the website, since I haven't received a phone call and several people on LSN did. Maybe it means I didn't get a scholarship, which I am so hoping for? I have a friend that used to work in the Admissions office there and she thinks I'll get at least something $-wise. But who knows?


Incoming 1Ls / Re: Best Laptop for Law School?
« on: February 02, 2005, 07:24:44 PM »
If you're looking at getting a Dell, check out the Hot Deals forum on The best deals come and go, so it would be good to keep an eye out there for a few weeks to get a feel for what's a good buy. I bought a 600m last November for about 1/2 price ($780) and just got my mom a similar one for about 40% off ($900).



Which class did you sit in on? I sat in on Prof Enos' Contracts class back in September. It was fabulous! I almost raised my hand a few times to answer questions! The students that sat near me were great also. Very excited about L&C. I'm so happy I got in!


I was able to login to the admitted students website as of 30 minutes ago. I've been trying every hour for the last week. Yahoo!

They do have a scanned copy of your scantron on the LSAC website once the scores are released. You can compare your marks to the actual scored responses and see if the eraser problem was an issue. I took the October test and had a terrible eraser experience. When I checked the scantron against the scored responses, everything was fine. You don't need to request handscoring until you verify that there is a problem.


Studying for the LSAT / Should I Retake?
« on: October 22, 2004, 11:32:15 PM »
I'm hoping to go to Lewis & Clark (I live in Portland, own a house and don't want to move). Scored 165-170 on my practice tests, yet completely bombed on LR and LG and got a 161. Normally, I only miss 1, maybe 2, on LG - I missed 5 on the real thing. On LR, I usually miss 10-12 total - I missed 15 on the real thing. During the test I felt like I was in a panic on one of the LR sections and wasn't super focused on LG. I think I was overly confident and didn't study enough or take it as seriously as I should have.

I think that a 161 will get me into L&C (I don't have an UGPA, since I went to a school without grades, although the school is in the region, L&C is familiar with it and I did pretty well), but I want some money to help with tuition.

Should I retake the test in December? I'm 99% sure I will do at least a few points better and I think those points will help me get more money.


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