Well here's hoping I am retaking the LSAT- So we'll see what happens I don't think I'll get in this cycle... But I'm working preparing for the Feb 12 LSAT in hopes to raise my score...
1/25-12- I was rejected from Charlotte and asked to try out for the AAMPLE program... Not going to do that... I am taking the the LSAT again...Plus at the cost of what the AAMPLE program costs and not get admitted...No chance I'm taking that risk.
2/16/2012- So I decided to take the LSAT in JUNE instead. I'm trying to get a better score and wanted more time to study. NCCU LAW hasn't said anything yet...Crossing my fingers, yet I know I'll get a better score in JUNE and If need be I'll reapply as early as possible.
3/9/12- So my status at NCCU Law changed to complete and in review for the second time it was complete an in review on 1/13/12 now it shows complete and in review for 3/9/12- I applied to both the day and night program...well still not thinking I'll get in we'll see... Gearing up for the June Lsat.
4/9/12- At this point I'm not too sure what is taking NCCU LAW so long...I would assume if I got rejected it wouldn't take this long???
4/12/12- Today I called NCCU and asked about the status on my application and they told me that it is in-process- They would not give any other information...Well...-
5/16/2012- So I called NCCU today and the admissions lady said that my Status on their website should change to Decision Rendered by tomorrow afternoon if not to call them. I check my status just a little bit ago and my status is still the same, but the date changed back to 1/13/2012.... Not sure what that means...I'm thinking it's probably a reject and no option for PBAP. Also registered for the Oct LSAT and started really studying. I have postponed my test because I want to get a better score this go round.
5/29/12- I checked my status on the NCCU law website and it says decision rendered. I took a practice test yesterday and I scored 147. I'm looking toward the next cycle and I plan on applying to many more schools next cycle to increase my chances of admission.