brennanlives wrote:BenJ wrote:Hattori Hanzo wrote:crackberry wrote:I'd say if you were held and didn't materially change your app (new LSAT score, etc.) and got a JR1, you are almost guaranteed admission.
LOL you're joking right?
I think he's right; if they give you a JR1 after being held, they've decided to admit you and will only change their mind if the JR1 is truly awful. Crackberry's talking about people who were Held -> JR1 -> possible JR2, not people who were JR1 -> Held -> possible JR2.
i really, really hope so. all i can say is i feel REALLY shaky about my JR1 performance. i have never stuttered so much in my entire life. hopefully this doesn't constitute "truly awful."
i'm in the same boat as you dude -- had my JR1 after being held and i definitely feel like I bombed it. everything I said either sounded canned as hell or just plain rambly.
you know how after a big job interview or presentation you kinda fantasize about that perfect answer you should have given or about taking back something you shouldn't have said? yeah, it was like that for the next day or so, which is kinda sad considering i knew what all the questions were going to be.