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  1. Guys, does the count begin AFTER July 2019? Since I took an LSAT in September 2018, and again in January 2019, do I now have two more attempts for 2019, and 5 more total? Or starting at July 2019 everyone's slate is wiped clean and we all start from zero? I wish they were more specific.
  2. I was wait-listed on May 7th. cGpa is 2.71 (Extenuating circumstances for health reasons, explained in PS and applied Windsors version of access with optional essay, attached medical documentation) L2/B2 full time years Gpa is 3.70 LSAT is a 157 on my only write (Had a panic attack on logic games section, usually score 162+ on prep tests, also attached medical documentation from psychiatrist). Horrible ECS (partially due to my condition effecting my ability to do so in the past) 3 years of full time work experience as a project coordinator, which I was promoted to from co-op student after getting bachelors (60+ hours a week, for three years after my university degree). Good personal statement, but I don't talk about "social Justice" like people here keep saying, was just very specific in talking about what I wanted to do as a career in law. One extremely glowing reference from a former professor, and a good/ok reference from former boss Still haven't heard anything.
  3. Sorry, She***. So, you've done both a Juris Doctor, an LLB (both the same degree according to you) a Masters degree in Law, a Doctorate in Law. Cool, I totally believe you. I'm sure 99% of the fucking degenerates on this forums aren't making shit up.
  4. I'm libertarian, I'm farther to the right than a conservative. YES, I'm sure someone saying they are a thing online makes them that thing. Impeccable logic,
  5. Don't listen to ProfReader, he's too busy studying Postmodernism, Marxism and White privilege studies.
  6. There are people with PhD.s in shit like Womens and gender studies! Theres PhD's in Ceramics!
  7. And this isn't a bad faith or sarcastic question. I'm genuinely asking. Do you think becoming a Lawyer or Physician looks worse, or carry's less career opportunities than getting a PhD. or masters? Why is it so much easier to get into a masters program than a JD and especially an MD program?
  8. Ok. Fine, you win. How about in terms of prestige? People can get masters and PhD.'s in anything. Do you think a Lawyer or Medical doctor is less prestigious than someone who has a PhD. in History for example?
  9. Ok man, if you say so. This sounds absolutely ridiculous.
  10. Are you serious? Literally - you need a BACHELORS to get into the JD, and the JD is considered the graduate Doctoral level. By your logic, an MD physician would be an undergrad degree, since you only need a bachelors of science, and a test (MCAT, as opposed to our LSAT) to get in. Would you consider an MD to be easier than a masters of sociology? This is ridiculous. A JD is a graduate, doctoral level degree according to any reasonable standard.
  11. How can something that requires a bachelors degree to get into 95% of the time be considered an undergrad degree? Ok, by your logic, a MD (Physician) degree is an undergrad degree. That has the same requirements as a JD (Bachelors, and a test, MCAT instead of LSAT)
  12. QFT. retakelsat is the only other person besides myself and OP who has an IQ above 85 lmao. Any idiot saying a masters is harder than a JD hahaha.
  13. I mean, I know it's way harder to become a Physician than a Lawyer, but they're both still graduate, doctoral level degrees above the masters degree level in difficulty and prestige.
  14. Which crazy person told you Juris Doctor was an Undergrad degree? It's a graduate, doctoral level degree. We go from bachelors to Juris doctors, just like how Physicians go from bachelors to Medical doctors (except theirs is four years versus our three years).
  15. Juris Doctor is in no way, shape, or form an undergrad degree. You need (90% of the time) a bachelors to apply to JD. LLB and LLM are theory based, and don;t allow you to practice law. JD is the equivalent of a Ph.D. What are you guys talking about? Theres people with masters and Ph.D.'s getting rejected from JD left and right on these forums.
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