(Sorry for the non-descriptive title. Couldn't figure out how to title what I wanted to say!)
Maybe it's just the hysteria of waiting for LSAT scores that's getting to me, but I'm suddenly very very nervous about one aspect of my application.
I'm white. And I'm Puerto Rican. On all of my applications, including my LSAC profile and on the Sept. LSAT, I bubbled in both choices. However, I opened my June LSAT PDF file for the first time the other day, and I noticed that I had only bubbled in the "puerto rican" bubble.
I didn't do this consciously -- I was SO nervous during the entire process in June that I could barely sign my name. I don't even remember filling out the information sheet, the whole test is a blur to me. And while I didn't do it on purpose, it seems that I was trying to "hide" the fact that I'm white.
I'm probably going crazy for no reason, but will LSAC (or the bar) note this as an irregularity? I've disclosed that I'm white about a zillion other places on my apps so it's pretty obvious that I'm not trying to cheat the system and get an unwarranted URM boost, but it's been driving me insane.
Thanks for any input!
Honestly, I wouldn't worry.
I get the feeling that the only reason that they include that on the actual LSAT is for their own demographic studies to keep the test fair.
You didn't lie, and like you said, you've disclosed your ethnicity a thousand times over.
Edit: Also, before I finished reading you post, I thought that you were saying that you had bubbled both of them, and my reaction was "oh, he's screwed".