Tangerine Gleam wrote:Helmholtz wrote:managamy wrote:soullesswonder wrote:So, of those who got the merit scholarship email...who else has already turned their essay in?
I'm sending it in just a few hours. They're going to have a lot of emails on Monday, I think.
To be honest, though, I don't care whether I get the scholarship. I just want the acceptance and am trying to turn off that flashing-yellow YP light over my head.
Are you actually interested in going to Chicago or is this all an exercise to prop up your fragile sense of self-confidence?
+1; are you for real, Managamy? Do you realize that your actions affect others?
If all of you are just buddies with managamy and are just joking with him then just disregard the following:
Managamy isn't in this for others. Managamy did this for himself. He didn't take the LSAT with "others" in mind. He didn't work hard in school with "others" as his focus. He didn't spend the time putting together his applications and sending each of them so that "others" would be affected positively. Managamy is in this for Managamy, and if he wants to see his application through the process, and if he believes the reward for his hard work is an acceptance to a place he may never attend, then good for him.
He is doing nothing more than reaping the rewards of hard work and I don't believe it's anyone else' place to judge his intentions, motives, or actions. I know everybody would love to have his numbers and the opportunities that come with them, but we don't. It's not his fault that the rest of us can't get into places as quickly and easily as he has.
Congratulations, Managamy, and if you want to, you can keep all of your applications open until the withdrawal deadline. You've earned it.