[quote=I agree! At this point, I almost don't care what the answer is--I just want the answer. I still want law school more than anything, but I too have professional opportunities that will need to be considered and considered rather soon--so I don't miss out on a great opportunity while waiting for the school to make a decision--especially if the law school says no.[/quote]
I learned a long time ago that "waiting" gets you nowhere, although your blood pressure does tend to rise.
I have also learned through the years to not wait for anybody or anything. Proceed with your plans. If you get accepted, great. If you have other plans that you need to proceed with, then get on with them. If you make them and then get word you have been accepted to l.s., you can usually make changes in your other plans. It is better to proceed with one bird in the hand, than wait to find out you have no birds in the hand. Of course, if someone has no plans beyond getting a letter, then it makes no difference what you do. The name of the game is "waiting."
And remember what my friend Alice always says, "Everything is as it should be."