bergg007 wrote:HeavenWood wrote:Bumi wrote:The Emory application requires you to state that you had read the Emory Law Character and Fitness guidelines on their website. This website wasn't up until like the 25th or so. Meaning that if you did submit on the 21st, you were contacted by the Dean a few days later pointing out that you verified that you had read a thing that didn't exist at the time, and asking you to go read the website and reverify.
That happened to me. Do you think it will be held against me?
Honestly? yeah I think it will be held against you but with your numbers you'll get in anyway, they may not offer you as much money. I'm cynical though, I think that them holding that character and fitness section was a test to the early applicants. Emory seems like they can be dickbags at times.
You honestly think that Emory will withhold scholarship money because applicants didn't visit a website they forgot to put up until 4 days after the app could be submitted? Moreover, you think that the Dean of Emory Law purposefully schemed to do this in order to test applicants? In other words, you think that the Dean of a Top-30 law program admits so frivolously that he includes a test to see whether applicants visited a website? And what would this be testing, exactly? And how would he explain this to his employees in the admissions office? And how would this affect the admission index? And how about the fact that EVERYONE who applied within the span of Oct 21-25 would have "FAILED" the "TEST"?
Good god, please tell me you're kidding, otherwise I think I just lost a little faith in humanity.