Jr. - Name, not undergrad level

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Jr. - Name, not undergrad level

Postby ronthebartender » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:41 pm

My last name is "xxxxxx Jr." On the lsat, how do I designate this? At least on the practice tests, there was no "Jr." bubble, nor was there a bubble for a space in the last name section. So do I just skip a space and write mylastname Jr? I don't want something this trivial to screw anything up.

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Re: Jr. - Name, not undergrad level

Postby 03121202698008 » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:49 pm

ronthebartender wrote:My last name is "xxxxxx Jr." On the lsat, how do I designate this? At least on the practice tests, there was no "Jr." bubble, nor was there a bubble for a space in the last name section. So do I just skip a space and write mylastname Jr? I don't want something this trivial to screw anything up.


I'm a II and this gets all messed up. It doesn't really matter as they tie everything with your LSAC #. For legal things, one thing I learned is its a suffix, so its always last. Therefore John Smith, Jr. or Smith, John, Jr.

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Re: Jr. - Name, not undergrad level

Postby Liquox » Thu Feb 09, 2012 4:52 pm

ignore it. i'm a "the III" but i just put my name without it




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