I'm 20% American Indian (marked Native American/Caucasian on apps) with horrible LSAT (152) and ok gpa (3.36 cumulative undergrad, with tons of extra credits at time of grad). I went to a "Public Ivy" (whatever that means) for undergrad and grad. After getting a 152 on the first LSAT I retook a year later and got the same score, given that my gres and sats were low I'm guessing I'm not a good test taker. I know excuses, excuses, but my gpa is lower due to a learning disability not identified until after two horrible semesters of a foreign language and the multiple overloads I took in conjunction with working.
Here's my question... I heard GW is very appreciative of "soft factors" but they were one of two schools I applied to that I couldn't find a way to incorporate my diversity statement (on educational and socioeconomic factors) into my application. Did I miss something and should I send it ahead? The only reason I'm applying is that I have a NB fee waiver because I know my chances of acceptance are propbably around 0.05%, but if there's anything I could do to help up the odds even a little that would be great.