No More Hypotheticals, People in law school, post your #'s

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notreallyalawyer
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No More Hypotheticals, People in law school, post your #'s

Postby notreallyalawyer » Sun Jun 27, 2010 10:35 pm

I have been a long time lurker and infrequent poster. I keep seeing a lot of forums where people basically post their applications (#'s, softs, URM, etc) and ask for advice about where to apply and what their chances are at certain institutions. Frankly, I am a bit surprised by the certitude that accompanies the given responses. Furthermore, I am hesitant to give the responses any sort of credence seeing as I have no idea about from where the responder derives his/her authority. I feel that an alternate approach would be beneficial. I am asking anyone who is in law school or who has been accepted to law school to please list the name of the institution that they are attending/attended/were accepted to, what their numbers were, what their "softs" were, personal statement, etc. List anything you feel was relevant to your getting accepted to law school. Also, it may be helpful to list institutions that you were waitlisted/rejected from. It is my hope that this thread can provide some (hopefully) real data and serve as a reference for prospective law students.
Also, if this thread already exists, please place a link to it and I apologize for having wasted your time.

GO!!

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Re: No More Hypotheticals, People in law school, post your #'s

Postby joeshmo39 » Sun Jun 27, 2010 10:36 pm


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Re: No More Hypotheticals, People in law school, post your #'s

Postby Veyron » Sun Jun 27, 2010 10:37 pm

notreallyalawyer wrote:I have been a long time lurker and infrequent poster. I keep seeing a lot of forums where people basically post their applications (#'s, softs, URM, etc) and ask for advice about where to apply and what their chances are at certain institutions. Frankly, I am a bit surprised by the certitude that accompanies the given responses. Furthermore, I am hesitant to give the responses any sort of credence seeing as I have no idea about from where the responder derives his/her authority. I feel that an alternate approach would be beneficial. I am asking anyone who is in law school or who has been accepted to law school to please list the name of the institution that they are attending/attended/were accepted to, what their numbers were, what their "softs" were, personal statement, etc. List anything you feel was relevant to your getting accepted to law school. Also, it may be helpful to list institutions that you were waitlisted/rejected from. It is my hope that this thread can provide some (hopefully) real data and serve as a reference for prospective law students.
Also, if this thread already exists, please place a link to it and I apologize for having wasted your time.

GO!!


Yes, this thread already exists, its called fucking law school numbers.


edit: Awwww shit, beat to the punch.

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jayn3
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Re: No More Hypotheticals, People in law school, post your #'s

Postby jayn3 » Sun Jun 27, 2010 10:42 pm

if there were an archive of epic thread fails, i would nominate this one to be included.

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ggocat
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Re: No More Hypotheticals, People in law school, post your #'s

Postby ggocat » Sun Jun 27, 2010 10:54 pm

it's also called the "profile" button. people who want to share the information you requested can include it in their profile.

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Re: No More Hypotheticals, People in law school, post your #'s

Postby 20121109 » Sun Jun 27, 2010 10:56 pm

jayn3 wrote:if there were an archive of epic thread fails, this one wins.




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