Steve2207 wrote:WanderingPondering wrote:Maybe OP should retake and score higher if he wants quicker decisions.
As I stated earlier, they have not even looked at the application yet, and therefore, have not given much thought to my score yet. Obviously, my opinion that it is improper for schools to encourage students to apply very early and then just set the application aside without looking at it, is not one that many agree with on here so I will let it go.
You have no idea whether they have or have not "looked at" your application.
You do realize how insane your argument is? What if we made it stronger. You came in and said: "they didn't even look at my application! The admission's office told me that they just made offers to the top applications, never got to mine, and then when they filled their class, they took my application and threw it out--didn't even look at it!"...that would be "stronger," right? Let's say they kept you on the hook untill the bitter end, which comes many months from now.
We would say "score higher on the LSAT." Above poster has credited response. Nothing is owed to you.
If you think the wait is too long, withdraw and go to your second choice. Literally no one would care.