Something just came to mind that I forgot about in my depression yesterday, that I thought was quite funny. When we had to write the certifying statement, someone actually asked if it had to be in cursive. When the proctor said yes, he said that he didn't know cursive anymore because he hadn't used it in years. The proctor was like, "Well fake it or something, just find a way to connect your letters together and they might not care. Come on guys, you're supposed to be lawyers, or going to be lawyers." I guess I probably shouldn't have thought it was so funny, but I couldn't help it.
Umm yea I kind of screwed up and didn't write in cursive. Then at the end I asked the proctor if i could change it and he said it probably wouldn't matter. guess I should call LSAC and confirm. I'd hate for my test not to be scored because I failed to write that statement in cursive.
Thought I'd gravedig this one up.Do we think there's a legitimate reason for the cursive? Handwriting analysis to prevent cheating or something?I admit when they told us to use cursive I almost started laughing. Took me so damn long to fake it out my hand started cramping up! I remember the same damn thing on the SAT... haven't used cursive since that day!
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