proteinshake wrote: lillawyer2 wrote: proteinshake wrote: Alive97 wrote: lillawyer2 wrote: bmathers wrote:
Mr. Freeze wrote:After the test was over and everyone was walking down the hallway, I heard one girl say to another "I didn't address the prompt for the writing section, all I wrote was 'Black Lives Matter.'"
OMG OMFG I LOVE THAT.. So she only wrote that or wrote her essay about that? I understand you may or may not know the answer.
Lol i remember my proctor telling us to not bs this statement and how it is important. I also remember reading the instructions and it said Do Not write about anything else except what is on the prompt and basically what the proctors told us.
Is this a big gamble for the exam? I mean LS see this. Watch this girl get into YHS regardless of her score based on her being a rebel lmao!
I'll bet schools would think twice about denying her based on that, after all what if she went to the media?
also LSAC has the right to not even score your exam if you don't answer the prompt
u joking, right?
I was told a story from someone who may be a bit in the know, about an application to one of the heavy-weight law schools in NYC. The adcomm was finishing up the app and getting ready to accept the student, when he noticed the writing sample. On the writing sample, the student wrote something along the lines of "I know you are not going to read this, so I will list what I want for Christmas" (or some bizarre list like that, it came across as too cocky or arrogant).
The committee then not only rejected the applicant, but that adcomm wrote the student a personal letter, letting him know what happened and hy he was rejected.
Don't stress over it, but take the writing sample seriously.