The cost is a bit offputting. I had been pretty sure I wouldn't want to take on the debt burden that NYLS basically guarantees--but the surprising scholarship offer from them does change things a bit. Of course, I've still got 5 more to hear back from so I guess I'll cross that bridge when I get there.
Do you think NYLS gives out these scholarships with the idea that a 3.2 will be difficult to maintain? I'd be curious to see the statistics of how many people offered these scholarships actually keep them through all 3 years.
I was really overtired on the actual exam. I was running late the morning of, didn't stop to get coffee (which is a really big mistake for a caffeine-addict like me), and just generally felt exhausted. Reading comp was the first section on my exam--I couldn't focus, missed about 10 questions in a section I usually aced. I woke up after that and did ok throughout the rest, but the damage was already done.