« on: January 11, 2005, 09:35:41 PM »
I had a similar problem. They sent me an e-mail about my file being updated but when I checked the website, it looked identical to how it looked the last time I got an update email.
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Nope, that just means that you look really good for getting into that school.
A split would be a more extreme difference between GPA and LSAT (above 75% for one, around 25% for the other).
I checked a school that I was intersted in, and got an index of 3.3 when I plugged in the 75th percentile LSAT and 75th percentile GPA. My index for the same school, with my statistics, is also 3.3. Does that mean I stand a good chance?
Ok guys, and gals, here is the question of the day. It is generally accepted that if a answer option containes the words, "never" "always" ect, it is usually not the correct answer. When is this tactic employed and when should it be ignored immediately. I mean, I am sure it is a method of increasing a persons speed in answering questions, however, can, and should, it be a method of elimination when deciding between possible correct answers, say between 2 possible answers?
The reason I'm asking is because some of my schools did in fact ask for it (but at the time, I hadn't taken it yet.)
Temple was one them and is my first choice. So you can see why i'm sort of in a quandry.
Oh wow, we both want to go to the same school, what is the best school that you think we both have a shot at attending?
I am buying a house/condo/townhome wherever we move to and she will be my paying roommate, or we may both buy it together to get approved for a higher amount.
Is this a wise idea?