rdcws000 wrote:Kobe_Teeth wrote:I held up the LSAT because it took me so long to write the verification statement (I don't do cursive - no one told me I could print). I would have been dead if writing was required.
HAHA, this was the most stressful part of my LSAT experience. If I remember right they told us cursive was required. My statement looked like a dyslexic blind man wrote it. It was really embarrassing, and I considered somehow law schools would see it and deny me.
I was all nervous about getting it right. I think there was some warning that your test would not be processed if you didn't do it EXACTLY right (at least that's how I interpreted it) so I kept double-checking to make sure I didn't miss any words or punctuation. On top of that, I was afraid my statement wouldn't fit in the space provided because my handwriting is kind of big and loopy. At my test they didn't ask if everyone was done before they moved on, so I was scrambling to finish this part while everyone else was filling in their LSAC number or whatever. To my sleep-deprived brain, this was the worst moment of my life.
Why can't they just have us check a box and sign our name like everything else in the world?