. and, despite standing behind every post I've made, I'm also a little bit scared.
But first, I'd like to thank my mother, my father, the academy, and all the little people who made it happen. I really feel honored to be in the same club as veteran posters such as Crackberry, Ben J, and r6_philly. To reach this accomplishment in such a short amount of time is just a dream come true.
*takes a bow and leaves the stage to triumphant music*
In all seriousness, I have huge amounts of respect for Asha for making this post. And I'm not just saying that to get in her good graces
. I hang around at TLS because of the generally opaque nature of law school admissions. This is especially important for those of us who do not currently have access to universities, have IRL friends stressing about this process, and/or Kaplan course advisers and such. If all admissions committees were this transparent we wouldn't need a site like TLS.
I'll just repeat something I said earlier in this thread: I absolutely love how Yale has the admissions process that is simultaneously the most opaque (in terms of results) and transparent (in terms of process). It really means that they are taking a holistic look at applicants in a way no other school (Stanford possibly excepted) does.
"Some read every LSAT writing sample, and swear by it"
This really frightens me.
EDIT: Edited for typo. Crap. I'm doomed.