December LSAT & Likelyness of Acceptance

reza9333
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December LSAT & Likelyness of Acceptance

Postby reza9333 » Sun Oct 26, 2008 12:28 am

Does anyone have insight as to how much, if at all, your chances of acceptance are affected by not applying until January (hence, taki
    ng the december lsat)?

    AndrewD
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    Re: December LSAT & Likelyness of Acceptance

    Postby AndrewD » Sun Oct 26, 2008 12:52 am

    If you have the numbers (or don't) then it won't matter.

    If you are on the border it is definitely an advantage to apply early but it's not going to overcome any glaring deficiencies.

    BTW "likelyness" isn't a word.

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    Re: December LSAT & Likelyness of Acceptance

    Postby CookNbyTheBooK » Wed Jan 27, 2010 1:08 am

    I think last cycle taking the lsat early REALLY didnt help as much as people thought. If application trends continue like last year with the whole applicants down applications up type thing, or heck maybe just applications still up, I think schools will continue to use the WL alot and wait as long as possible. Heck, I think I got my acceptances with my June 2008 LSAT for last cycle. Yeah and aside from myself, and just being an obsessive TLSer, first time DEC takers really ended up where they should with their scores.

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    Re: December LSAT & Likelyness of Acceptance

    Postby T14_Scholly » Wed Jan 27, 2010 9:55 am

    Anyone who says "likelyness" when they mean to say "likelihood" does not deserve to go to law school, and shouldn't apply because they are saturating the legal market with people who just are not smart.

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    Re: December LSAT & Likelyness of Acceptance

    Postby 09042014 » Wed Jan 27, 2010 9:58 am

    T14_Scholly wrote:Anyone who says "likelyness" when they mean to say "likelihood" does not deserve to go to law school, and shouldn't apply because they are saturating the legal market with people who just are not smart.


    Your troll-foo skills are weak.




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