Hamlet2010 wrote:Let's say that happens but I were to find a way to go to a community college and graduate from there. Would EVERY SINGLE law school in the country still have me blacklisted even if several years had passed and I had added several notable accomplishments to my record in the meantime?
Hamlet, clearly your OCD is influencing your guilt. I can tell you're still plagued by it. Forgive yourself, your past dishonesty (at least part of it) has already been disclosed and you've still been accepted to law school. There is no purpose in disclosing more...
HOWEVER, I think you need more counseling for your OCD. Just look at the way you format your text to look neat and tidy... and your obsessive guilt. Law school may be hell for you if you don't get this under control... and worse still, you may find yourself in a desperate situation... and resort to cheating again.
Get some help. Stop formatting your friggin' text, and forgive yourself. The key to overcoming OCD is opposing every single one of those dastardly impulses and face the fear that they bring. Soooo... step 1, don't over-report. Step 2, type a response that breaks every single formatting rule in your head. And get help!