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Studying for the LSAT / Concentration Tips
« on: December 03, 2004, 02:22:52 PM »
Does anyone have any concentration tips for the exam?  I tend to get distracted and I am wondering what tips/tactics you all use to stay focused despite people in the exam room who may be a little less than silent.

Incoming 1Ls / University of Dayton Hold List
« on: April 23, 2004, 03:09:27 PM »
Anyone put on the Univ. of Dayton "Hold" list and heard back recently?  If so, what results?  Thanks!

Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Advice Please!
« on: April 07, 2004, 02:25:48 PM »
Hi everyone!
For once I did not get a rejection, but I'm waitlisted at Capital.  My question is, the letter did not state anything about asking us to submit additional LOR's, statements, etc...  Should I go ahead and do that, or would it be best for me to contact admissions to see what their policy is?  I'm trying to maximize my chances here if at all possible.
Also, if anyone else has been waitlisted at Capital and can offer any insight about your experience, that would be helpful too.

Incoming 1Ls / University of Dayton
« on: March 11, 2004, 04:23:42 PM »
Hi All -- Just curious to see who has heard back from Dayton, and how long did you wait?  I'm still waiting (almost 8 weeks now).

Law School Admissions / Help! Urgent Advice Requested
« on: February 13, 2004, 03:11:19 PM »
Hi everyone.  I got my first rejection letter today from NKU, and I expect that my LSAT score was the deciding factor.  I scored a 147.  My question is this:  I want to apply to a few more schools.  I have historically performed poorly on standardized tests, be it the SAT, ACT, and the GMAT (I have an MBA with a very good GPA, although I scored poorly on that exam as well).  How should I present this to the schools?  Is it enough to simply say I've scored poorly historically, or should I go more into detail, like I scored XXX on the GMAT but graduated with a high GPA, indicating my ability to succeed despite a poor test score?  Do I need to include official documentation of other exam scores to back up what I am saying?  Any advice would be appreciated.  Thanks!

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