2013-2014 Admissions Spreadsheets

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby TheMostDangerousLG » Fri Nov 22, 2013 7:27 pm

lawbeahs wrote:I would really love to see an HLS spreadsheet! These are awesome.

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby lawschool22 » Fri Nov 22, 2013 8:08 pm

TheMostDangerousLG wrote:
lawbeahs wrote:I would really love to see an HLS spreadsheet! These are awesome.


I'll have one up this evening! :)

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby lawschool22 » Fri Nov 22, 2013 9:43 pm

Harvard is now active.

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Postby lawschool22 » Fri Nov 22, 2013 9:49 pm

Yale and Berkeley as well.

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Postby lawbeahs » Sat Nov 23, 2013 12:32 pm

lawschool22 wrote:Harvard is now active.


Thank you!

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Postby TheMostDangerousLG » Sat Nov 23, 2013 1:39 pm

lawschool22 wrote:Harvard is now active.


Status as sexiest person of the 2013-2014 cycle cemented.

Thank you so much for all of these!

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby jk148706 » Sat Nov 23, 2013 2:03 pm

I'm almost to the point now where I dislike the weekends because we don't get any decisions. I think I'm looking forward to Monday ....

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Postby HarvardHopeful » Sun Nov 24, 2013 1:55 pm

jk148706 wrote:I'm almost to the point now where I dislike the weekends because we don't get any decisions. I think I'm looking forward to Monday ....


+1
Seriously this has been the longest weekend. :cry:

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Postby Kimikho » Sun Nov 24, 2013 3:17 pm

HarvardHopeful wrote:
jk148706 wrote:I'm almost to the point now where I dislike the weekends because we don't get any decisions. I think I'm looking forward to Monday ....


+1
Seriously this has been the longest weekend. :cry:


I'm seriously not looking forward to thanksgiving :(

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby gbelle » Mon Nov 25, 2013 10:48 am

HarvardHopeful wrote:
jk148706 wrote:I'm almost to the point now where I dislike the weekends because we don't get any decisions. I think I'm looking forward to Monday ....


+1
Seriously this has been the longest weekend. :cry:



I absolutely agree.

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby midwest17 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:32 pm

FYI: someone seems to have screwed up all the LSAT scores on the Georgetown spreadsheet, at least.

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Postby lawschool22 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:42 pm

midwest17 wrote:FYI: someone seems to have screwed up all the LSAT scores on the Georgetown spreadsheet, at least.


Great....it was only a matter of time. I'll try to roll it back to a clean version.

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby lawschool22 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:50 pm

I'm sorry for those in the GULC spreadsheet, but I had to roll it back to a version from November 19. So if you made any updates after that date, you will need to go back in and add them back.

To everyone: Please do not sort the data, as there is a large likelihood of messing something up if you do not know what you are doing. The analytic tab should provide all the info you need. If there is something you would like to see on that tab that is not there, please make a suggestion in that thread and I will add it. I would like to try and keep the data entry tab for entering data only, and use the analytics tab for the analytical piece (as the name would suggest).

Thanks for cooperating!

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby ZipWhenSheMoves » Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:00 pm

So has everyone indicating "no" for C&F issue never had a speeding ticket?

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby midwest17 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:02 pm

ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:So has everyone indicating "no" for C&F issue never had a speeding ticket?


I've never had a ticket. But also, I don't think every school requires disclosing speeding tickets, so keep that in mind.

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Postby ZipWhenSheMoves » Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:29 pm

midwest17 wrote:
ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:So has everyone indicating "no" for C&F issue never had a speeding ticket?


I've never had a ticket. But also, I don't think every school requires disclosing speeding tickets, so keep that in mind.


Ha, yea, my undergrad law school adviser told me to disclose speeding tickets for every school, which seemed to me a little over the top, but I did it. Part of why I was asking was wondering if other people had different (and perhaps more reasonable) advice.

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Postby midwest17 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:39 pm

ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:
midwest17 wrote:
ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:So has everyone indicating "no" for C&F issue never had a speeding ticket?


I've never had a ticket. But also, I don't think every school requires disclosing speeding tickets, so keep that in mind.


Ha, yea, my undergrad law school adviser told me to disclose speeding tickets for every school, which seemed to me a little over the top, but I did it. Part of why I was asking was wondering if other people had different (and perhaps more reasonable) advice.


Yeah, that's silly advice. TCR is to read each set of questions carefully, and then err on the side of disclosure if it's at all questionable. But when they only ask about felonies/misdemeanors, there's no need to disclose civil infractions.

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby wtrc » Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:40 pm

ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:
midwest17 wrote:
ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:So has everyone indicating "no" for C&F issue never had a speeding ticket?


I've never had a ticket. But also, I don't think every school requires disclosing speeding tickets, so keep that in mind.


Ha, yea, my undergrad law school adviser told me to disclose speeding tickets for every school, which seemed to me a little over the top, but I did it. Part of why I was asking was wondering if other people had different (and perhaps more reasonable) advice.


Follow the instructions. Most schools are pretty clear in what needs to be disclosed, and most say not to disclose "minor traffic and parking violations." There are definitely some schools that are exceptions, but disclosing when it's stated and clear that something shouldn't be disclosed seems silly to me.

Obviously, if it were a DUI, or felony reckless driving, that should be disclosed. But "taillight out" offenses probably shouldn't.

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Postby phillywc » Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:50 pm

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Postby lawschool22 » Mon Nov 25, 2013 4:52 pm

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby ZipWhenSheMoves » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:01 pm

wtrc wrote:
ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:
midwest17 wrote:
ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:So has everyone indicating "no" for C&F issue never had a speeding ticket?


I've never had a ticket. But also, I don't think every school requires disclosing speeding tickets, so keep that in mind.


Ha, yea, my undergrad law school adviser told me to disclose speeding tickets for every school, which seemed to me a little over the top, but I did it. Part of why I was asking was wondering if other people had different (and perhaps more reasonable) advice.


Follow the instructions. Most schools are pretty clear in what needs to be disclosed, and most say not to disclose "minor traffic and parking violations." There are definitely some schools that are exceptions, but disclosing when it's stated and clear that something shouldn't be disclosed seems silly to me.

Obviously, if it were a DUI, or felony reckless driving, that should be disclosed. But "taillight out" offenses probably shouldn't.


Oddly a lot actually said "excluding parking violations," but didn't say to exclude other traffic (i.e. moving violations), and some actually said in the school website instructions (I forget which one(s)) to include speeding tickets. So I shrugged and included where it seemed appropriate.

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby DrStudMuffin » Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:06 pm

ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:
midwest17 wrote:
ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:So has everyone indicating "no" for C&F issue never had a speeding ticket?


I've never had a ticket. But also, I don't think every school requires disclosing speeding tickets, so keep that in mind.


Ha, yea, my undergrad law school adviser told me to disclose speeding tickets for every school, which seemed to me a little over the top, but I did it. Part of why I was asking was wondering if other people had different (and perhaps more reasonable) advice.


I don't know anything about your particular law school adviser, but generally these people are pretty useless.

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby NYC-WVU » Mon Nov 25, 2013 8:25 pm

ZipWhenSheMoves wrote:
wtrc wrote:Follow the instructions. Most schools are pretty clear in what needs to be disclosed, and most say not to disclose "minor traffic and parking violations." There are definitely some schools that are exceptions, but disclosing when it's stated and clear that something shouldn't be disclosed seems silly to me.

Obviously, if it were a DUI, or felony reckless driving, that should be disclosed. But "taillight out" offenses probably shouldn't.


Oddly a lot actually said "excluding parking violations," but didn't say to exclude other traffic (i.e. moving violations), and some actually said in the school website instructions (I forget which one(s)) to include speeding tickets. So I shrugged and included where it seemed appropriate.


If I were an admissions officer, I might be interested in moving violations and things like "taillight out." I don't think it will prevent you from being admitted to a state bar, but it might be an indication of what kind of lawyer you will be. If you have repeated infractions for silly things related to driving, you might also be repeatedly dinged with silly things in a litigation, like improper formatting.

I guess my point is: you never know what they might want to see, so you should probably include everything, unless they specifically state otherwise.

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Re: 2013-2014 Admissions Results: Spreadsheet Compendium

Postby lawschool22 » Mon Dec 02, 2013 3:07 pm

I have noticed some of these are getting close to the 150 line limit. I don't have time at work to update or monitor them all right now, but when they start getting close, please let me know ITT and I will update accordingly.




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