blurbz wrote:I've tried to avoid this because I don't think I believe a word of it. That being said, Rookhawk's decision to be secretive so as to not be identified during the cycle is laughable. If what he is saying is true, how many people do you think are applying with good numbers but some weird, twisted history that is well known enough that adcomms know his name and auto-reject him by throwing his application away and then telling him about it? Does anyone really believe that an adcomm might browse this site, see Rookhawk's posts, and think, "Oh, maybe there's another guy who would completely threaten the University paradigm...It may not be X." Because I certainly don't believe that is possible.
Rookhawk: If adcomms are reading these boards, they've already identified you. I promise.
He isn't applying with good numbers. He's applying with T2/T3 numbers and is having a T2/T3 cycle.
I think what he means by destroying his application, means they autoreject him for his numbers and don't send him to a committee decision (which not all schools have). He thinks if they look at his amazing John Galt softs they'd have to take him.
But what is really happening is he did mediocre in college, and his LSAT is embarrassing for top schools.
If he wants to take down the Ivory towers, he needs to write a vanilla PS, and retake his LSAT.