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The Official BLSD "What Are My Chances?/Where Should I Apply?" Thread

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Re: Chances?
« Reply #70 on: June 28, 2005, 01:45:49 PM »
Yale was slightly less comfy than the others because I was floored by being one of only TWO Af-Am women at Admit Weekend.

I wonder how those numbers eventually worked out.

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Re: Law School Numbers
« Reply #71 on: June 28, 2005, 01:49:36 PM »
Damn, that is a lot of money to pay!!!!!!

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Re: Chances?
« Reply #72 on: June 28, 2005, 01:50:41 PM »
What part of South Carolina are you from? I'm from Greenville.

Re: Law School Numbers
« Reply #73 on: June 28, 2005, 02:09:11 PM »
But if you don't have access to an admissions counselor, or that kind of money, who do you go to for essay help? Undergrad professors? Pre-Law advisors? It seems like no matter who I go to, no one is going to be as good as some one who used to help students get into law school for a living.

Re: Law School Numbers
« Reply #74 on: June 28, 2005, 02:19:29 PM »
But if you don't have access to an admissions counselor, or that kind of money, who do you go to for essay help? Undergrad professors? Pre-Law advisors? It seems like no matter who I go to, no one is going to be as good as some one who used to help students get into law school for a living.

Come to us and other law-focused people. Read How to Get Into the Top Law Schools.  Pre-law advisors and undergrad profs are hit-or-miss, and there is no way you should shell out a lot of money for someone to make your essay look just like many other applicants' work.  Read examples online and in books.  Some people who have already applied may let you read theirs as well.

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Re: Chances?
« Reply #75 on: June 28, 2005, 02:33:09 PM »
Yale was slightly less comfy than the others because I was floored by being one of only TWO Af-Am women at Admit Weekend.

I wonder how those numbers eventually worked out.

Me too.  I only know there will be at least 4 Black women. 

...and only two "regulars."  ;) ;) at E. (and btw, CONGRATS on finishing up! ;D I can't wait till you get back.  Don't work in DC tho 'cause that will be too many people there to visit.)

that sh*t is not funny!  >:( divide and conquer.  besides it is more like 3 to 1 or 3 to 2.
eh, I think DC is looking unlikely looking at the prices for housing right now. ick.

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Re: Law School Numbers
« Reply #76 on: June 28, 2005, 02:58:59 PM »
But if you don't have access to an admissions counselor, or that kind of money, who do you go to for essay help? Undergrad professors? Pre-Law advisors? It seems like no matter who I go to, no one is going to be as good as some one who used to help students get into law school for a living.

Come to us and other law-focused people. Read How to Get Into the Top Law Schools.  Pre-law advisors and undergrad profs are hit-or-miss, and there is no way you should shell out a lot of money for someone to make your essay look just like many other applicants' work.  Read examples online and in books.  Some people who have already applied may let you read theirs as well.

GOOD ADVICE!!! :)

Re: Law School Numbers
« Reply #77 on: June 28, 2005, 03:08:16 PM »
But if you don't have access to an admissions counselor, or that kind of money, who do you go to for essay help? Undergrad professors? Pre-Law advisors? It seems like no matter who I go to, no one is going to be as good as some one who used to help students get into law school for a living.

Come to us and other law-focused people. Read How to Get Into the Top Law Schools.  Pre-law advisors and undergrad profs are hit-or-miss, and there is no way you should shell out a lot of money for someone to make your essay look just like many other applicants' work.  Read examples online and in books.  Some people who have already applied may let you read theirs as well.

GOOD ADVICE!!! :)

Aww...thanks! Just trying to follow in your footsteps. :-* ;)

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Re: Law School Numbers
« Reply #78 on: June 28, 2005, 03:58:13 PM »
But if you don't have access to an admissions counselor, or that kind of money, who do you go to for essay help? Undergrad professors? Pre-Law advisors? It seems like no matter who I go to, no one is going to be as good as some one who used to help students get into law school for a living.

Come to us and other law-focused people. Read How to Get Into the Top Law Schools.  Pre-law advisors and undergrad profs are hit-or-miss, and there is no way you should shell out a lot of money for someone to make your essay look just like many other applicants' work.  Read examples online and in books.  Some people who have already applied may let you read theirs as well.

GOOD ADVICE!!! :)

Aww...thanks! Just trying to follow in your footsteps. :-* ;)

You are very welcome.  Awwwwww, you are a sweet person.   :-[ :-*  You ready for school in the fall????

Re: Chances?
« Reply #79 on: June 28, 2005, 06:05:31 PM »
American University dorms..look into their rates