Hey Melbelle, I think my biggest question would be out of those three schools, why UVA?[Original, I know ]
So I have been avoiding this thread lol. But I guess I'm done being jealous...in at UMich today!
F*cking bi+ch drinks a 1 oz bottle of goose and thinks she's French
Just got TS2! Looks like I may be sitting in Cambridge after all!
That's cool how you referenced a case.
I'm so far from the end of my tether right now that I reckon I could knit myself some socks with the slack.
Hold up...vaio...you have to understand that some of the URM applicants may not want to share their numbers. Often times there are trolls on this site and others that take what we post and create a thread along the lines of "URMS getting with X.XX and LSAT scores of XXX...LAME" or the "Black person took my seat at UVA" Additionally, some people may not want to share their information because they don't want to. Be grateful for the numbers that are on BSLD...I feel there is enough of a pool of accepted applicants to give you an idea of where you need to be. Furthermore, if you are compelled by a person's story based on their posts and you want to know what there numbers were or what they did in their application...be genuine, PM the person, let them know that you are in the same shoes (i.e. racially, culturally, from the same school, are trying to get an idea of a what a strong applicant is). People on this board are extremely helpful (A, tL, Special Agent Dana Scully, and Taylor Dayne especially!). They are not individuals that post here to inflate their egos, the genuinely like to see people (particularly people of color like themselves) be able to earn an admissions spot at some law school. Be cognizant of the fact that most of these individuals work full time jobs and are current law schools students. They are taking the time out of there hectic lives to give prospective applicants like you (and myself) insight...I caution you, don't do anything or say anything that is DEMANDING OF THEM in any fashion...if anything you work on their terms. Try to be nice...because at the end of the day, you need them more for advice then they need you...just my perspective and welcome to the community.One last bid of advice...also take the initiative to PM the person, letting them know who you are, your concerns about law school and they are more then likely to help you out...it hasn't failed me once. Freakin' Congrats to everyone...I always smile when I see someone get in...makes me feel like progress is being made