I retook the February LSAT, of course to increase my prospects in general, but mainly with my heart set on you.
Do you know what that means? That means another month of dreary studying for a test I never wanted to look at ever again. Just so I could have a chance with you. GW gave me the signals, but I hadn't even dared responding with you still on my mind.
So when the score finally came out, I thought that I might at least have a chance with you. You said you'd take a look, and I kept my cool but my hopes arose. There was no way you'd reject me after my carefully crafted application letting you know how perfect we were for each other.
Alas, it's only been two days and you've already put me on the waitlist. Looks like you've got too many suitors to even put me on the preferred list, and you wrote me saying I might as well put my deposit somewhere else. You didn't have to go that far; a gentle rejection would have been enough.
The saddest part is that I don't think I'm going to withdraw. I think I'll just remain in your vast pool of desperate suitors hoping that you'll finally realize that I am more than my modest numbers, and give me a chance to truly impress you.
Disappointed but starting to get over it,
ETA oops I guess a waitlist isn't a ding. Well it sure felt like it