bk1 wrote:Lear22 wrote:Thank you for the info. So my next question is if I identify myself as a URM and get accepted (partly) because of that, and then I get to orientation and the color of my skin is white, how will that go from there? will I be asked to explain why I marked myself as a URM? Also - since this is something that I am now beginning to discover about my family heritage, I marked myself as 'white' in the former LSAT I took. Does that matter at all? Again, in the way that that I would need to explain to schools why I marked myself as white in June but as a non-white in Oct (All this is simply because of my new found understanding of how URM work and also discussions I had with my family about that).
thanks you for all your help with this!
This is not complicated at all. Just honestly report your race/ethnicity and there will be no issues. Period.
thank you for this. My last question will be this: Does it matter that my family from both sides are not from the US and never lived here? (I immigrated to the US as an adult) thank you again!