« on: March 27, 2005, 06:22:32 PM »
That would ill-advised, especially as so few schools have changed significantly.
yield protection = ego protection
Someone else posted about being accepted for next year as well. I wonder if they're finished accepting people for this year...
Well, I think I'd put it slightly behind Penn at the moment but the Michigan campus and Ann Arbor look absolutely beautiful, so I think I'll need to give a visit. I still haven't heard from Columbia, but I've got my fingers crossed for that one.
weeks? wtf? they have monkeys doing it?Harvard is the school that specifically mentions up to 4-6 weeks to match, so I figure if they have problems like that, other places might too.
LSAC automatically sends "score updates" to any schools that have previously requested your report. The new LSAT will be reflected on all future reports, so any school that requests your LSAC info from this point on will receive both scores.