Tls2016 wrote:You absolutely need to delete all the personal information in your posts. You should have done it earlier.
In case you don't understand, adcomms read these forums and are able to match applicants with posts. You have made yourself easy to identify. This won't help you and could hurt you with schools where you aren't required to disclose.
OP is not an applicant this cycle. I don't see what's so imprudent about him leaving his posts here for a few days while he collects advice.
That's a much easier one
Admissions officers at a number of schools sign on daily and search their school name. Let's assume for a second that has happened. Let's also assume OP doesn't change their username. What if OP said something that simply intrigues an ADComm, who then checks in on OP's profile from time to time to see what OP is posting. These are just things people applying wouldn't want -- especially because this is a rather interesting thread.n At the most recent admissions conference I attended, one school said they were able to reverse engineer over 10% of their applicant pool from TLS. They mentioned many examples, for example someone's TLS name is also their gamil address, eg: SleepyKitty47@gmail.com
I certainly do not think the OP has said anything to offend anyone. But it's hard to know what other people find offensive or intriguing or not. Heck, I say things like "I don't think you have a great chance at the T10 with your 2.0 and 152 LSAT, so you really shouldn't use my firm if that is what you are saying you want us to do for you" and I get hate for 10 straight days." Life.