NoGoodDeed wrote:The logic was so flawed that I must admit I had some fun making statements like "You're not offering potential law schools an accurate picture of the full body of my academic work" and "This has never come up before?" Response: No one has argued it before. My response " So your telling me there could be countless victims of an incorrect GPA?"
Finally, I asked her to put this all in writing - because the logic seemed so flawed that I wanted to send her letter as my addendum. She got flustered and asked what she thought I should write? She responded, "I can't give you advice." I said, ok , let me re-phrase that - you just suggested I write an addendum so could you further your suggestion by telling me, since you are under the employ of the law schools themselves, what points I need to ensure to make in my addendum? Flustered again.
But, overall.....I was pissed. I mean - if you dont want me, dont accept me. I'm cool with that but I don't want to get dinged without them seeing the full body of my work.
My bad CG614 - LSAC - NOT LSAT (which I have been studying for 4 months so cut me some slack )
I hate to say it, but it isn't so much an issue about schools not seeing your full body of work. Again, the addendum will address this. Rather, the problem is that schools are under extreme pressure to get the highest median undergrad gpa as determined by LSAC. So this really will count against you slightly in the admissions cycle. I don't mean to make you feel more angry and resentful. Channel it into LSAT prep!