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  1. I was accepted around Jan 9/10 and neglected to post until now! cGPA: 3.85 according to OLSAS L2: 3.89 LSAT: 162 ECs: so weak someone told me not to apply to law school 🤷‍♀️ Entirely undecided about what to do about accepting offers as of right now
  2. Accepted Dec 19, couldn't believe how early I heard back since I wrote November LSAT! I've no idea what this queue is. cGPA: 3.85 according to OLSAS L2: 3.89 LSAT: 162 LORs: 1 likely very good, 1.. not so great ECs: honestly so bad that someone told me to not even apply to law school, but they include: working part time during school, coaching, an international summer course, and 1 year of school cheerleading .. yikes. High odds I'm not accepting because of how expensive this will be, but I'm pretty proud of myself anyways, and proud of all the people who worked hard to get in so far!!!
  3. I've just been putting it in with my description, but yeah I agree, I hate the setup. Ex: Retail Associate: and then I just describe the job with the rest of my 144 characters
  4. Sorry one more question (and again, thanks for all the help!), I've seen people with a ridiculous amount of entries (i.e. above 20). If I'm being honest, when putting all my significant experience in (ex. I'm choosing to forego some of my serving jobs that I only did for a short time during the summer that really don't add much to the sketch when I had other jobs during this time anyways), I probably only have about 12 entries. Is this a big deal? I'm confident in my GPA and LSAT score, just to add a little more detail to this.
  5. That's what I was thinking and honestly how I prefer to write (i.e. being more concise), but I've seen so many people going over the top with entries etc. that I thought perhaps maybe I was in the wrong. Thanks for the feedback guys!
  6. Ok no prob! But as for the fact that I've worked there at different times - for example, say I worked there 3 different summers, would I have 3 different entries of the same thing just under different time frames? Under the help section in the sketch it kind of sounds like I have to do this
  7. Ok so I have 2 jobs where I worked every year, but only during certain times. This would mean that for over the past 4 years, I would have to make 4 separate entries for these jobs, amounting to 8 entries of basically the same thing, just different time periods. Would it be wrong to just put it all under 1 from the start date to present, since I'm still currently working both of these jobs? PS thanks for the response
  8. Hi! So right now I'm finishing off my autobiographical sketch, and I'm finding I'm running out of room on some of them that require more detail - is there any way around this? Secondly, if I have a few different responsibilities that vary quite greatly under one activity (so in my case, I'm a gymnastics coach. Sometimes, I have my own classes or substitute, sometimes its at a recreational level, sometimes at a very high level, which differ a lot in practice, and sometimes I'm helping with the local community's YMCA camp in the summers. To add onto it, sometimes I can only help out in the summer, sometimes I've been there year round), should I put separate entries for these different responsibilities? Also, do I need to separate all the different dates I worked for them (i.e. one entry for summer '15, one entry for summer '16) Or am I overthinking this horribly and should maybe just put it all under one brief description? Thanks in advance :)
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