1) How would the LSAC find out? I'm a pro at undergrad admissions but lsac.org is different. Just guessing but it looks like the Law School's depend on the LSAC to put together an accurate law school report and it looks like the LSAC just depends on the student to come forward with everything, correct? The financial aid office may take notice but that would be way after the admission process.
2) At what point do you "fill out" which schools you have attended? I'm assuming in the application for the actual school. It seems a tad unorganized in regards to transcripts.
jeff9 wrote:I have 0 classes from that school on my transcript (either of them), 0 loans from the school, 0 grants, and it was in a state in which neither of my 2 previous schools are in, the law schools I'm applying to, or the bar I will be attempting is in. It is always a smart move to be honest but it wasn't that crazy of a question. It especially didn't deserve insults.
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