Law School Discussion

Cursive on Certifying Statement?

Re: Cursive on Certifying Statement?
« Reply #10 on: October 15, 2008, 10:07:11 AM »
Did they happen to explain why the heck it matters in the first place?

Probably to compare your handwriting throughout the test in the event that they must verify that you were infact taking the test - and not say, someone you paid to take it for you.

Re: Cursive on Certifying Statement?
« Reply #11 on: October 15, 2008, 02:52:48 PM »
Did they happen to explain why the heck it matters in the first place?

Probably to compare your handwriting throughout the test in the event that they must verify that you were infact taking the test - and not say, someone you paid to take it for you.

Like if the writing on the statement looks like this:


and the writing sample looks like this:


Uh oh looks like some people switched places during the test.  I heard that two twins did that a while ago and got popped.  One was smart and the other dumb (although it kinda makes them both dumb) but they looked the same and both took the test at the same center and switched places somehow.  The dumber one wanted to get into LS and the smarter? one had already done well on the test before.   



If that's the case, why didn't the smart one just show up to the test center as the dumb one and the dumb one could have stayed home and eaten lead paint chips or something?