Undergrad: Electrical Engineering (Rutgers)
LSAT: 159 (Ugh...)
I applied to 4 schools (in order of preference): Rutgers, Seton Hall, UCONN, and Hofstra. My applications were in in February and my LSDAS report was well on its way to being completed sans letters of recommendation. After 2 weeks, I started to get worried that my LORs were not showing up online. I called LSDAS up 3 times and each time, I was met with a cheerful voice on the other end of the phone telling me not to worry. Well, after 4 weeks I had enough and called back demanding to get value for my money. A "supervisor" told me that they had NO RECORD of my letters (which were send certified and received mind you). Wonder of all wonders, LSDAS had lost my letters. Well, to make a long story short (too late - my rant has now digressed to full throttle), I am now awaiting responses from said schools with baited breathe.
My question is this: short of the SNAFU with LSDAS, given my timeframe (right on the deadline) and my undergrad/working credentials, and my lacking LSAT score, can someone give me an estimate on my chances? I'm looking for people who may have applied to these schools as well. Will my engineering background help me "stand out" from the crowd? Did I miss the boat? So many questions for an anxious mind, yet so little space to type. Thank you for your ears and my most heartfelt (yet somewhat admittedly jealous) congratulations to those who have been accepted to the schools of their choice.