Thank you to the posters who turned this thread back to a positive note. I was actually contacted via email notifying me of a WL. However, with much consideration and thought, I declined the offer (W my app), so that I can give myself a fair chance at retaking the LSAT. I did myself a disservice scoring as bad as I did. Whether or not I actually got off the WL doesn't matter. What matters is I WANT to retake, score better, and put myself in position to earn scholarships.
All the negative feedback, references to guessing, chimps, etc., only highlights the problems in our society: one group of people think they are smarter than another group, basically Eugenics (go ahead, look it up for those who haven't a clue). But more importantly, we are slowly etching toward equality, special app or not.
My Soc background taught me a lot about American society, the inherent racism and discrimination that plagues this great nation, and I discovered how we got to this point: Redlining (go ahead clueless, look that up too). So please, stop referring to URMs, the surrounding area of schools like Hastings as ghetto. There's a specific reason why us minorities come from disadvantaged backgrounds, while the affluent (ORMs, dare I say white) enjoy the spoils of proper rearing, resources, safe neighborhoods, and turn out to excel in academia and the labor force. But don't throw it in our faces with your ignorance, or shrug things off like it's no big deal.
Brush up on your history, particularly American history, before you spout off with such hurtful, ignorant statements.
God willing, we are breaking down barriers, like the LSAT.