"If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion."

-- The Dalai Lama

Monday, October 24, 2005

lsac.org

I got a visit from someone at lsac.org this morning. Can you imagine how freaked out you would have been if someone from LSAC had visited your blog during the admissions process?

On a related note, I've been getting a lot of traffic from "I hate the LSAT" and similar again. Were the October scores just released? I remember around this time last year someone told me that the "hardest part about law school is getting in." They were wrong! At least in my case. Far and away the hardest thing for me about law school is dealing with the socratic method. What if the LSAT was administered with the socratic method? Now that would be hard.

5 comments:

Trevor said...

This may be a silly question, but how can you know where your visitors are coming from? Is there some fancy tracking system built into blogspot that I don't know about?

Shannon said...

I use Site Meter - just the freebie version.

Jeanne said...

I use StatCounter ,also free.

For me, the application process, while not enjoyable, was nothing compared to the reality of law school. It's enjoyably hard, but much harder than the applications.

Dagny said...

A socratic method LSAT would be pure hell! Don't give anyone any ideas!

Ya law school is a lot tougher than the application process and the LSAT were! But it is also a lot more fun!

Josh said...

I agree. Applications, not too bad (though my personal statement gave me fits). Socratic method? Terrible. I'm just not good when I'm put on the spot.