BeautifulBeauty wrote:paulinaporizkova wrote:BeautifulBeauty wrote:harrijust86 wrote:I guess we are ignoring the fact that you are explicitly told not to go back and check over answers durring the LSAT. Anyway, I agree with FUman. There is definitely hope if you retake and reaply. GW is splitter friendly and I am a case for that. Georgetown with an ED isn't that out of mind. This is assuming that you get in the 170+ range. Desert Fox can be a bit of a dick sometimes, but he is a realist and is right. Let us know when you have a legit score.
....I didn't flip back in the test booklet... I realized this when I was looking at all of the answers on my answer sheet. I realized that although I had gotten through all of the questions, I was still two answers short....Anyhow. Yeah I'll retake. Thanks for the advice everyone.
Oh and I competed in 2009....My country is US friendly.... I also have dual citizenship. I think with a 170+ maybe even a 168+ with ED to GWU possible Georgetown.... I'll be good....
so let me get this straight. you are banking on a 170 yet you answered all the questions on your last LSAT and yet still came up two filled-in bubbles short.
i can't be the only one reading this who LOLed.
i don't think it's beng cruel. i think it's that you have a bad gpa, bad lsat and seem to think you deserve admission to places over people who worked hard in UG and to get a top score on the LSAT only because you are Spanish and pretty.
these things will help you, but to think they are game changers is not realistic.
i have a low gpa because i worked 40 hours+ through UG to support myself and help provide for my younger siblings, and a very high LSAT yet I did not nor do I expect any kindness on my GPA with a legitimate excuse. I don't see how competing in Miss World is a game changer when we have people who won bravery medals in combat who do not get into tier-1 with a 2.9/154. Are you saying because you look okay in a swimsuit, you are more impressive than somebody who won a medal in combat?