The appropriateness of Perpetua would probably depend on the tone of the writing. When I used it, I (half playfully) thought the extra space made the words sort of resonate.
I don't know what Mensa would mean...I do recommend getting at least one academic letter, even if it isn't very good.
Quote from: Hank Rearden on March 15, 2007, 05:17:09 PMI don't know what Mensa would mean...I do recommend getting at least one academic letter, even if it isn't very good.Was just off the top of my head, seems like membership in something like Mensa shows some sort of academic potential...I disagree about getting a "not very good" LOR from an academic source, seems like a school would wonder "why the heck did this person submit a weak LOR?"
so i'm totally new to this applying to law school thing ... and i need some advice . . .i'm 2 years out of college, got my bs in microbiology, didn't form many "relationships" with any profs . . . so i'm not sure if i'll be able to get a good lor from any of them. i have other good sources for letters (community leaders, church leaders, employers, etc.), but i keep on reading that having a letter of rec from someone who can assess your academic potential from a classroom setting is pretty important.is this going to be a problem for me?thank you much.