I don't know if anyone else has noticed this, but I've found that a considerable number of people on lawschoolnumbers.com list that they have "Excellent LOR's."Now my question is, how do they know they have excellent LOR's? It is my understanding that law schools prefer applicants NOT to see the LOR's they are providing, which makes perfect sense. What are your plans? When you ask for LOR's, are you guys asking for a copy of the LOR so that you can preview it prior to applying? Are you asking for an outline of the things discussed in the LOR so that you make sure you do not ask for a direct copy? I've heard of many people doing both of these things, and I'm not sure which is the most appropriate approach to take. At my university, students who need LORs must go through a school service that is similar to LSDAS (in addition to lsdas, which sucks). In this service (that costs too!), there's a box that students are encouraged to check to waive their right to see their LOR.What are your thoughts on the students at l.s.numbers? Do you think they're just lying? And are you planning on obtaining a copy of LORS prior to applying, or do you intend to take a different approach?
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