« on: April 25, 2005, 11:23:37 AM »
Hrm, I guess teh main difference is that you are saying I should be thankful a school wanted me, whereas I view an admission as what I earned from my work.
I understand that as far as law school applicants go, I'm not at the top of any lists. The comment about selling myself short at BC stems from the fact that I have a tough time not translating my qualifications as a computer engineering or economics graduate applicant to that of a law school applicant. In the case of either of my majors, I have been accepted to graduate programs I feel are more what I was looking for. BC is not in the same ranking area as those schools.
But, all this info is only if you actually care. If you just want to harass me for getting down on BC, go right ahead
Hahaha, I can't help but laugh at this! Congrats on the high GPA at a state school. Seriously, good for you.
It is sad for low scorers that law schools focus on LSAT scores, but they do. If you really want a fair shot at a "better' school, you HAVE to retake a reapply. 162 is not quite in the same ranking area as a 167+.
Maybe you should try the alternative fields.