I've lived through 4 catastrophic illnesses, the murder of two friends, and an armed invasion of my workplace by a knife-wielding assailant who stabbed someone in front of me, therefore I will not be too affected by my LSAT score when I receive it. So when I get my score I'll just take a deep breath and wait for the schools to which I've already applied to make their decision. No matter what it is, it's not the end of the world.
Damn. At least you drive a Jeep.
Quote from: Craving Oyer on December 21, 2008, 08:37:16 AMDamn. At least you drive a Jeep. YUP, that's a lot of the reason behind why I bought such a fun vehicle! That's mine in the avatar and, believe me, I've had a blast with it in all seasons. It's usually full of dogs, too. Four of them. They crack me up.I don't mean to trivialize the importance of this score, either. But I'm in my forties, and over the years I've seen and been through a lot more stuff than I'd been through when I first graduated from college, so that's helped me put things in perspective.The way I get over everything -- even a not-so-good-LSAT-score (if that is what I get) is to just HAVE AS MUCH FUN AS POSSIBLE EVERY STEP OF THE WAY. Jeeps help, for sure.GOOD LUCK, EVERYONE!