I get a lot of emails with lots of questions from the tens of thousands of people who visit this site every month. I don't have the time to answer all questions and tend to focus on the ones that meet the following criteria:
1) The question asked applies to a wide range of people. Please don't ask me to review your consulting resume or CV. However if you have a particular kind of background (ex-military, no mba, etc...) that others probably share, if you phrase your question more generically I'll be more inclined to answer.
2) Ask nicely. You'd be surprised how many emails I get from people who "demand" I give them help in the next 72 hours.
3) Ask a question that isn't already answered in the videos. If you watched all the videos and still had a question, tell me so. If you didn't bother to watch everything, watch the videos first and read all the existing FAQ's before asking a question.
1) Don't ask me about your gpa/gmat/gre/lsat/mcat scores and what your chances are of getting an interview. Ask the firm you're applying to for that info directly. Or just apply.
2) Don't ask me to critique your resume or CV or estimate your chances of getting an interview based on your background.
3) Don't be rude and demanding - sheesh... the site is free (and my friend think I'm crazy for not charging a lot up front for the info provided). The q&a is again free (though donations to my favorite charity kidpower.org is much appreciated). This is a pet project of mine. I only answer questions maybe once or twice a month.
My motivation in answering Q&A is to create a comprehensive online resource that is able to help a lot of people enter a really wonderful profession... and to help people in a way that does not take up any or much of my personal time.
So if my answering your question is likely to make the site better, there's a good chance I will answer it (though depending on my schedule often not immediately). If the question is only relevant to you, but not others, I will most likely not answer it as I get LOTS of questions.