I opened up my e-mail today and was surprised to find that I got a 180 on the December LSAT.I have really just been trying to take all this in all day because I still don't believe this, but I have also been wondering how this should affect my application when I write my personal statements, etc. Despite this score, my chances of getting into Yale are still below 50% because of my 3.72 GPA. I am also probably applying to Harvard, NYU, and Columbia, all of which I have pretty good chances at according to the Chiashu website.Does anyone have any advice for what I should be focusing on now? Should I write my personal statement like I didn't know my LSAT score? I am worried that I might have an additional burden on my now to look really good so that the score doesn't look like a fluke.Also, I have been told that law schools will try to recruit me and such. Does anyone know anything about what I should expect, if anything?Regards
Remember, Toby is more nervous about calling you, than you are about talking with him. If he doesn't at least have one section full of 180's, he doesn't get the yearly bonus (a wonderful ham with "YALE SUCKS" burned into the side).For your PS just write, "Toby, you know you want to call me, I'm not going to waste your time with meaningless personal crap, I have a 180, you know we were meant to be, give me some love Tobymeister."
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