Houston does accept via email. I am hoping to find out about SMU sometime before California butts up with the east coast of Asia.
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You should go to college and drink yourself silly and sleep with a lot of women. I am not kidding. If you do otherwise, you will regret it. Keep your gpa up and do not even think about the LSAT until your junior year. After all, there is a finite amount of material to study that is worth a *&^%.
Go have fun and don't worry about LSAT for a few years.
I am going to send in the initial deposit while I wait on some decisions (it is the middle of f-ing april), and some waitlists. I doubt I will end up there, but I do not want to eliminate it as an option yet.
DU has a lot going for it, although with your stats, I would bet that you should expect to do extremely well there. I am 3.36, 154, 165 BTW.
Email from Pitt telling me I can be on their waitlist if I reply back before April 15. I should tell them to eat my ass. It did not help that I sent my application after their deadline. f-ing online applications suck. 3.36 154, 165 In--Denver, Houston, Out--Texas, UNC, Iowa, Indiana, Waitlist--WUSTL, Pitt, Hold--UIUC, Pending, ASU, Florida, SMU.
I was surprised by the Iowa ding because even though it is a top 20 school, their numbers are not as high as some other non top-20's. WashU and Illinois both have higher numbers and I am still in the game at both schools. Having gotten those decisions first, I thought it portended good things for Iowa. I figured I would at least get a WL there, but it was not to be.
Like I said, I was surprised at the outright ding, but only moderately so.
« on: March 27, 2004, 04:50:33 PM »
Logic games is the most coachable, least intuitive section of the test. Dramatic improvement is easiest realized on this section. I went from 54% (must have been like 14/26) to 20/23 on the real thing. But make sure to master the arguments section because there are roughly 50 of those question on the test compared to roughly 25 of the other two sections.