Well. I paid $75 for a decision.
Quote from: mccapj2 on April 07, 2006, 02:23:47 PMWell. I paid $75 for a decision.Seriously? C'mon. Try putting yourself in someone else's shoes. You've apparently decided on ND -- great choice. Congrats. What do you need the decision from Cornell for? I can think of only two reasons: 1) You don't care about the other people involved in this whole mess; or 2) You just wanna stick it to someone like me, who's perhaps being a bit of a jerk about asking you to withdraw.I'm sorry if I'm coming across as a jerk about this -- honestly. But I'm as frustrated as everyone else over Cornell's tardiness, and for me it really matters. Learning that there are those of you out there who are contributing to the slowness of things, waiting for a decision that doesn't matter only compounds my frustration.Forgive me for being a jerk. Think about the others involved in the process. Then kindly withdraw. You'll get good karma out of it. I promise.
The law school application game is weird ACK I got flat out rejected from some of the schools you got into and got waitlisted at some you got rejected from I also got waitlisted/rejected by my safetys but got into or waitlisted at much better schools. If I could do it over again I would just apply to all of the top 25 schools since it seems like it is role of the dice in getting into some