you've taken the LSAT and gotten your score. you are done with the lsat. fantastic. congratulations (or sympathies).
but like a caring parent who feels that the child is afraid of leaving the nest and needs a gentle shove, it's necessary to point out that if you are done with the LSAT, and aren't here to offer advice to those still in the chute, it's time to move on to the application board. i know it's scary but it's time to take the next step.The Application Board
you'll notice that there are three child boards dedicated to the following topics:Personal StatementsRecommedationsLSAC and LSDAS
so, threads on the following topics are more appropriate on the application board:
"what are my chances at X Law School?"
"should i write an addendum?"
"School X or School Y?"
"should i mention Z in my application?"
"Where should i apply?"
"is it hard to get into [range of usnews rankings] schools?"
yes, this is a not so subtle hint.
Further, there is a cool function here on LSD called the "search" function. There's also a thing called Google. and even a thing called Yahoo. and there are also hundreds of old LSD pages to read packed with info. there is a mountain of valid information out there if y'all would only take the trouble to access it. (yes, there are questions popping up lately asking question asked within the last day or two, and even within hours. if you don't get an answer or as many answers as you want, this may be why.)
yes, this is another not-so-subtle hint.
oh, here's more incentive: adcomms have staff trolling the boards and they are supposedly unimpressed with applicants who can't manage simple information searches. law relies on research skills, especially computer based research skills. jsia and jsyk...
i know it seems like the lsat board is more active than the application bpard...that's because you are all still here! when you move your attention and questions over there, i guarantee you it will pick up. there are also more people who've been through the application mill available to answer your questions with something other than speculation, which is all most lsat board denizens have to offer.
We've enjoyed having you here, and we will always warmly welcome you back with you help and advice for those preparing to take the 2007 LSATs.