So I'm a graduating in may---i crammed everything into 3 years (I did summer school) and now I am begining to wonder if graduating earlier than the traditional 4 years is more of a consequence than an advantage becuase right now i am cramming to finish my independant study and a few other items needed to graduate and there are days that i truly don't think that i am going to make it--but i know i have to make it---furhter more i took the LSAT scored a miserable 140--and have received 8 rejection letters from law schools--and not a single acceptance or even a waitlist letter--so when i graduate--i have no idea where my life is suppose to go--or what i am suppose to do---if i don't stay in school i lose my health insurance--and i need it because i am always getting sick--so if no law school accpets me i don't know what to do--grad school requires the GRE, which i didn't take becuase i took the LSAT for law school--another thing i just found out is that i thought top honors was 3.8--it turns out it is 3.9...? so no law shool---no top honors---but what do i have to show---oh i graduated in 3 yrs--woopi---where the hell is that geting me...i'm so stressed and frusterated---i know i have no one to blam, but myself---but maybe thats the most disapointing part of it all...
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