sayan wrote:traydeuce wrote:I'm doing Harvard's as a transfer applicant. 33 pages of fake article littered with mistakes, for which there are about 500 pages of supporting gunk you have to ream through searching for support, or misquotations as the case may be/usually is, and then of course the 20 page case comment (but really it's more like 8 once you factor in the insanely huge margins, 12 point footnotes, spacing and bizarre character per line limits), for which they've kindly given us 680 or so pages of materials. All due in one week. I'm nearly halfway through the editing exercise. If I'm lucky and finish early I might even try Columbia's in the tail end of the same week, it looks rather manageable.
Holy crap. Are you actually able to peruse all ~1200 pages of material or is this a game of selective reading?
who would have thought it would be hard to get on to harvard law review??? < end sarcasm>