dear god you're going to be fine! take a couple breaths, do some yoga or something, and it'll all fall into place. i'm a big believer of "everything happens for a reason" and until you find that reason feel free to huff and puff and throw tantrums--because then those are also "encompassed" in the everything blah blah reason. Feel free to let off some steam.you applied to a lot of really amazing schools and i'm sure you'll get into one that you'll be more than happy with. i also feel like i'm the same boat a little, i applied really late in the game, i was just being dumb my fall quarter, i sent out all my applications on xmas day, in hopes that they would want to grant me some sort of xmas present...or something, anyway, obviously it did not work...i hate the "i wish i applied earlier" thing, kuz it's like "well, i didn't so POOO" but anyway, just wanted to say chin up.and if law school isn't the way for you, i hear there's a lot of money in "personal male entertainers" these days.. haha, take that with a grain of salt (the money part, not the career advice.)anyway, my lsat is way lower than yours--i'm in the "is he capable of reading at a 5th grade leve" precentile. But I'm still holding out with some hope. Otherwise I am still STOKED to go to BC.alright, hoped this helped some way or the other--adding to the karma wheel of the world.
was i just told "cheer up, if law schools hates you you can always be a 'ho"?
I look at all these people with 166's and 167's getting into better schools with much more ease than myself. It does not seem fair to me, but I never expected it to be very fair to begin with.
Quote from: TBoneUCLA on March 14, 2005, 08:52:45 PMwas i just told "cheer up, if law schools hates you you can always be a 'ho"? maybe snuvy was just saying you're cute Quote from: siehead on March 14, 2005, 03:38:13 PMI look at all these people with 166's and 167's getting into better schools with much more ease than myself. It does not seem fair to me, but I never expected it to be very fair to begin with. what i was told when i was consistently scoring 174 and fully expecting to get that on the real day: "everyone scores 3-4 points below their last diag score." i didn't believe the girl who told me that (because what would that mean for the people who score 177+ on the real thing?), but i scored 3-4 points below my average and 3 points below my last score. so maybe those people with 166s and 167s were scoring higher too. it really does seem to be the case with most test takers that they score a few points below their average. does that make you feel any better at all?
Quote from: TBoneUCLA on March 14, 2005, 08:52:45 PMwas i just told "cheer up, if law schools hates you you can always be a 'ho"? maybe snuvy was just saying you're cute
i have heard that too, but is there tests on that info, or is it just " i knew a guy who knew a guy who says that is always true"it technically shouldnt be true. a timed test is a timed test, right? and for myself personally i was 6 points lower than my average, so i dont think i qualify ( i know that part of the post was for someone else. just sayin)