Silly Question II: Chicago Law Areas of Interest

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freddie
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Silly Question II: Chicago Law Areas of Interest

Postby freddie » Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:17 am

Another nit-picky application language question, from the Chicago Law app.:

"Please identify up to three areas of academic interest (e.g., Constitutional Law, International Law, Law and Economics), students organizations, or other topics that you would like to learn more about..."

A) Does 'three' only refer to areas of interest (i.e., list up to three areas of interest and as many other topics as you like), or

B) Does 'three' refer to areas of interest and other topics (i.e., list up to three items that include areas of interest and other topics)?

And I thought I was done with the LSAT!

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Opie
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Re: Silly Question II: Chicago Law Areas of Interest

Postby Opie » Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:13 am

If this were an LSAT question, TCR would be that the three includes the other topics since they use OR.

It's not though, so I have no idea. I doubt it will affect admissions. I think it's just so that they can send you marketing and/or decide what people are most interested in.

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Re: Silly Question II: Chicago Law Areas of Interest

Postby Bildungsroman » Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:17 am

freddie wrote:B) Does 'three' refer to areas of interest and other topics (i.e., list up to three items that include areas of interest and other topics)?

This one.




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