kwais wrote: moshei24 wrote:
kwais wrote:OP. You are an idiot. The fact that the school needed your LSAT score and let you in, does not change in any way that the email was a terrible idea. Your friend was right even if the school gave you full tuition and a penthouse apartment. The reason you need to understand this is that your judgement is way off. If you do not get it in line, you will write one of these at the wrong time and pay the price. You are like a dude who wins a scratch off ticket and says, see, the odds are fantastic.
I happen to rarely write emails like this. It may have been a little bit over the top, but that's why I prefaced with, I don't mean to sound rude. I just wanted to let them know how I felt, because I know that the school cares about its students. Sounds like a good culture to me.
you are missing the point to an alarming degree. Your point and everything you "felt" about it could have been written in a humble, straight-forward manner. People write LOCIs on a regular basis. You chose the entitled route instead. It was your form, not substance, that people found off-putting. Take this moment to actually listen to others, who have no stake in lying to you.
You're right. Maybe I coud've done that, but when I did that at first, I got a standard blow off response, and was not interested in getting that again. This wasn't my first time emailing them. It really bothered me that my own university YP'ed me and then blew me off when I wanted to find out what had happened a month ago. If it was another school that YP'ed me, I wouldn't have been bothered as much, but my own school doing it was literally a slap in the face. And yes, I know for certain I was YP'ed.
I've already written numerous LOCI's to others schools in a completely different format. This wasn't a LOCI.