dang man, extra time would be nice...keep in mind that your score will have an asterisk by it so adcomms will know you were given extra time. Could be good, could be bad.
no no noon the actual test you will be either even with others or advantaged depending on how bad your disability is.however, you might be disadvantaged (or you might not...i'm no pro) when it comes to the actual admissions process. Admissions officers will know that you received extra time on the test(LSAC puts an asterisk by your score when it is sent out and i think an explanation as well) and might say, well he got a good score with extra time, but will he be able to keep up with a disability of that kind in law school? if you're applying to T14 schools they might not think you'll be able to...anyway, thats just a thought and by no means fact.
Quote from: srufener on June 05, 2007, 12:55:05 PMwho ever said law school admissions are fair?Well they certainly can't ding someone on the basis of a documented disability. Even if it's not a law (which I'm pretty sure it is), the ADA would have a field day taking a case like that to court.
who ever said law school admissions are fair?