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Most law schools have been repudiating interviews for years, claiming that they can learn everything they need to know about an applicant from the picture attached to his/her LSAT admission ticket. A good rule of thumb is to spend 15 minutes for every hour of LSAT prep staring at yourself in the mirror and trying out various pensive squints to make yourself look as capable as possible to adcomms before getting that picture taken.
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Yup. It's actually much more important than your LSAT or GPA. That's why I didn't even study for the LSAT and in fact just spent a lot of time fixing myself up everyday and retaking the picture many times to make sure my best angle was captured. At this point I'm pretty sure im gonna get a full ride to just about any law school of my choice.
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nickb285 wrote:CyanIdes Of March wrote:I'm trying to get to a 179 in Face/3.5 in Body, total splitter.
My body's only a 3.2 but there's a clear upward trend. Do you think adcomms will notice?
Probably but you should at least attach an addendum with pics of your biceps so they can see the before and afters.
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Wormfather wrote:GimmeThatJD wrote:Just wondering because I don't like my photo
There's a joke here...I just cant find it.
EDIT: Yes, they do, you'll probably want to write an addendum with a new photo showing your true potential.