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Re: Chances of getting in or totally rejected? 165/3.1 undergrad
« Reply #10 on: September 15, 2010, 01:00:45 PM »
Could you please tell me more about the LSAC forum from the standpoint of the non-traditional student.

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Re: Chances of getting in or totally rejected? 165/3.1 undergrad
« Reply #11 on: September 15, 2010, 03:16:59 PM »
The LSAC forum it doesn't really matter if you 90 or 22 black, white, Indian, whatever it may be. You just go to LSAC and register for one in an area you can attend. Honestly, to get some of the fee waivers you don't even need to attend you will get 100's of e-mails about a week before the forum, which include fee waivers etc. If you can go it will work better, because if you stop by a booth and write down your number you will get in the database and schools will generally follow up with you if you put your LSAC number down. This will result in getting a fee waiver. You can also list that you stopped by on your application and maybe it will give you a brownie point or so, because if you actually went out of your way to talk to an admissions officer it shows a little more interest in the school than the person that did not stop by.  You can also just talk to the admissions officer and ask any specific questions you have about the school. Of course admission's officers jobs are to get you to apply so take whatever they say with a grain of salt.