nicdmx wrote:How did the high LSAT people who haven't gotten JR2s yet feel about theirs?
i am one of these people. i went back and forth about it for a bit after the interview (and after the 11/23 wave which didn't include me) and have settled on thinking it didn't go particularly well. i doubt it did me any favors.
to be honest, if i don't get in, i'll probably end up blaming it in part on the interview. which will be a bit more painful than being able to shrug it off and place it on some other part of my application which had already been determined well before i pressed the submit button
I am one of these people too. Sometimes, I feel like the interview went well, and that I was straightforward, reasonably articulate, and, according to my eavesdropping husband, "refreshingly honest" (but not unwisely honest).
Other times, I feel like it went like this:
JR: "So, X career, what's that about?"
Me: "Well, I thought it would be fun, but then it wasn't."
JR: "And Y job, tell me about that."
Me: "It's a lot of fun! I really like it. Because it's fun."
JR: "So, law."
Me: "Yep! Should be fun, I reckon."
JR: "Any questions about HLS?"
Me: "...Is it fun?"