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  1. Waitlist 2018

    end of June/beginning of July for me.
  2. Waitlist 2018

    Waitlisted around 9:25 am L90: 3.9 LSAT: 147 Average EC's and pretty good LORS I would say I feel privileged to even be on the wait list with my lsat score...only motivates me to keep on going:D
  3. Hey there! I was very skeptical about taking an LSAT course but after my shitty lsat score I knew I had to do something NEW to understand what I wasn't on my own. After reading several reviews online I decided to enroll in the testmasters online course. I just finished lesson 1 of 15 and I feel like I have already learned soooo much. Initially i was studying using the powerscore bibles but unlike most people, I didn't find myself improving. I guess I learn better by listening to someone teach me as opposed to reading from a book. The instructor uses simple examples to explain complex arguments and I just found his strategies and way of teaching to be more understandable. Even though I just started the course and don't know how much I will be able to improve my score....I really do recommend you take this course. Wish you all the best. Also, I was in the same boat as you. During undergrad I found it impossible to focus on my gpa and study for the LSAT at the same time. I thought I could go into the lsat with 3 months of half assed studying and somehow manage to get a sufficient score. I was so so wrong and I was hit with a major reality check. If I could do things over again I would have waited a year and studied stress-free before I even took my first shot at it. However, everyone is different and some are able to do good on the exam with minimal studying so I wish you good luck:)
  4. Accepted to TRU 2018

    Hey guys a lot of the members that are in that group are actually 1L TRU students, I know this because I know a few people who are currently in their first year at TRU but somehow are on that group So I wouldn't consider that an accurate way of determining how many students are currently accepted:)
  5. Accepted to TRU 2018

    Anymore offers go out???!!! I'm getting major anxiety waiting and I'm sure I'm not the only one For those who have been accepted and view these pages often -please share your stats if you have not already Sincerely, An aspiring JD who is currently on the verge of abnormality.
  6. Waitlisted 2017

    Yes she did! If you click on her name all of her posts show up and she has said in one of them that she got accepted:)
  7. How to fix spacing in the app?

    I went through the same problem. Supposedly it shows up that way when you submit it but those on the receiving end can see it with the formatting....I submitted it as one big chunk and then emailed them my PDF version of the PS as well.
  8. Accepted to TRU 2018

    Congratulations!:D Care to share your ec's?
  9. EC's

    Hey guys! Just wondering how much emphasis is given to EC'S when evaluating an application? Not trying to be offensive in any way at all but I have noticed that many students with low Gpas and low LSAT scores get offers at TRU...does that mean EC's /experience were taken into account? I'm just trying to see how much of an impact ec's could possibly make on my application. Any thoughts/input would be awesome:D
  10. L90 GPA Calculation - Repeats?

    I contacted tru admissions asking about repeat courses and how they consider them. They told me that they only count the highest grade...but I'm not sure if this is helpful to you in any way. I am pretty sure it wouldn't count in your last 90 because usually when you retake a course it substitutes it for your previous course on the transcript (BUT im not so sure about this at the same time) definitely send them an email:)
  11. GPA for Admissions? L90? cGPA?

    Hello! A tru law school representative actually came to my university a couple weeks ago to participate in a law school forum. She stated that they look at the last 90 credits when looking at an applicants GPA:)
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