bergg007 wrote:PinkCow wrote:mrwarre85 wrote:DubPoker wrote:I live on the East coast and Honestly don't know too much about Cali schools,
I just received an e-mail from Pepperdine...
"our academic achievement in your undergraduate years and/or your strong aptitude for law as demonstrated by your outstanding LSAT make you a strong candidate for admission. In light of our recent dean announcement, we are extending our priority application to deadline until March 1, with the final deadline remaining as April 1. In an effort to encourage you to apply, we will waive the usual application fee."
Everyday Pacific McGeorge Law School e-mails me so I have a spammy view of the e-mails I get. But then I looked into Pepperdine, its really legit. Seeing as I applied to Loyola LA- i'm now interested in applying.
i'm 3.3/167. Do you guys think applying this ridiculously late in the cycle eliminates my chances for a schollership? (money running out, ect)
I got the same e-mail. The blatent typo "we are extending our priority application to deadline until March 1" makes me not want to apply. If we can proofread our personal statements they can proofread their emails.
Plus I'm not sure those Christians will like my GPA. Christians nowadays don't act like Christ did, they follow all of societies rules to the letter.
I've read this statement 5 times, and still have no idea what you are trying to say. You saying Jesus would forgive your crap grades or something?
how would jesus admit?
You're applying to Pepperdine so I'll assume you have some knowledge of the bible. Jesus didn't always follow Roman Law, and most importantly he advocated the use of individual reason.