All you lose is a year.
Quote from: sg7007 on June 02, 2008, 03:11:41 AMAnd what's with all the untimed tests? I'm assuming that what "u" means untimed. Why do people take practice tests untimed? I never understood it. Stop doing that. With the few tests you have left, only take them timed. Then go over them.
Yes. I can always reapply. When I said I would lose W&M forever, I meant I would lose the offer of admission for this cycle. Believe it or not, people out there die struck by lightning, win a multi-million lottery, drown to death in a bathtub. I could get a 150 on the oct test, and won't be able to go to W&M forever (Or, get a heart attack when I get that score from LSAC)
Yeah, I did some research. It's next to impossible. Most grant less than 10~20 seats for transfer.Transferring is the same as getting struck by lightning.
Quote from: sg7007 on June 02, 2008, 03:11:41 AMYeah, I did some research. It's next to impossible. Most grant less than 10~20 seats for transfer.Transferring is the same as getting struck by lightning.It's not just about the number of seats available, it's also about how many people you're competing with to get those seats. Far far fewer people apply for transfers than apply for 1L admission. There's a chance your odds are better as a transfer.
why would you lose W&M forever? you could reapply...make up some random reason for waiting a year. or just go to washington & lee