H. E. Pennypacker wrote:I actually liked the games. It's weird how people either hate them or love them. If you asked them to hold your file for the feb scores, hopefully they won't make (a negative) decision about it.
I like the games---my poor performance is a result of freezing up during the real thing. I know how to attack them, but for some reason, on game day I freeze up at a single rule and then it throws me off. usually the 3rd game. june it was dinos, sept it was planes. Also, games with very few rules used to get to me and I just now realized those are probably the easiest games. I think its all a matter of it clicking and being comortable.
Yeah, I am probably going to visit the Monday after the lsat and tell them I just retook.
Do you guys think I should update my transcripts? My lsac gpa is pathetic (sub 3) and I was told by not just fordham, but william & mary as well, that the concern is whether or not I will be able to do the work. My Fall gpa 3.3 (3 A-, 1 B+, 1 C+)--Im worried it might hurt, rather than help, me--even though it will bring my lsac gpa up. But I have a gpa addendum explaining the period of crappy grades and the usual "I had an epiphany and realized the value of education"--my fear is that they see fall grades and think "ok, even after her epiphany she still only got a 3.3" or will they look at the coursework (all 400 level phil classes) and think that a 3.3 in 400-level phil classes shows potential.