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Oh man, that's harsh. I am sure you will be happy with Case.

was wondering the same thing

Good luck everyone :)

*checks e-mail

I guess we'll soon find out. Any kind of update at all would be amazing.

After I received my "waitlist" letter I called for more information and never got a response so I called again this week and left another message. I would just like to know where they are in the process, but no one has gotten back to me.  Does anyone know what's going on?

If they aren't taking action on their waitlist within the next month I will have to rule out OSU. From what alkiremays said they should be accepting some people after seeing how many spots they have open. I would just like to know when that's going to happen.

jacy spoke my mind exactly. When you're taking the time to write something down you could miss something important.  It's just not worth it.

I type at least 75 words per minute (secretarial experience), and I'm awkwardly left-handed, which makes bringing my laptop a no-brainer for me.  I get nasty hand cramps from writing too much and then I can't read my own writing anyway.  I used to take audio dictation (lawyer would talk into the dictaphone and I'd type it out later at my desk), so I can keep up with a lecturer pretty well.  From what I've seen at the schools I've visited, just about everyone has a laptop with them.

I too am left-handed and when I write for long periods of time I also get nasty hand cramps.  How strange.

Throughout undergrad I just delt with the pain and illegible writing, but for law school I am going to make the transition to using a laptop. Using a laptop should help with outlining because of the ability to cut and paste. If it sucks, I will just switch back to handwritten notes :/

Your chances of landing a 125K Biglaw job coming from Capital are slim. Landing that type of job outside of Ohio is probably about 0. If you want biglaw and you feel that you can improve your score then retake the LSAT.

Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Re: It's Officially Over
« on: May 01, 2005, 12:55:42 PM »
Good post Allison.

Incoming 1Ls / Re: LEEWS Question
« on: May 01, 2005, 12:03:09 PM »
I can see the tapes being really annoying.  I use to hate wanting to rewind it 3 seconds and accidently ending up in the middle of tape!  It's a shame too because the tapes are cheaper than the CDs on ebay.

You're right, that would be a problem.  Tapes suck. I guess I will have to tolerate some inconvenience for that sake of saving a couple bucks :)

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