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Current Law Students / Re: PLEASE HELP! HUGE PROBLEM!
« on: April 08, 2007, 03:26:09 PM »

So what happened when you told her?

Current Law Students / Re: Working on Easter-who's with me?
« on: April 08, 2007, 03:25:40 PM »
I am indeed, although I have started a little later, I still went to an Easter service and the like, but I will easily be here until 11PM, maybe later! Still, I have slacked off some today b ecause it was easter.  oh well, in 5 weeks it'll be summer, with no exams to worry about and real legal work to do. It's gonna be amazing. Having weekends totally free..........that's gonna be something.

Current Law Students / Re: PLEASE HELP! HUGE PROBLEM!
« on: April 04, 2007, 07:37:53 PM »
Personally, I think this is a see the professor in person thing. I think it'd be easier to make yourself see innocent in person than an email. Just my 2 cents.

Thats I'd be POed at my roommate

Current Law Students / Re: PLEASE HELP! HUGE PROBLEM!
« on: April 04, 2007, 03:38:28 PM »
hahahhaha that's hillarious. Yeah I'd contact your professor, better to hear it from you than to see it. haha

Current Law Students / Re: Political Science Advantage...
« on: March 29, 2007, 05:23:02 AM »
It won't help you at all, but honestly I don't think any major would give you a real advantage. I'd say go Chemical Engineering just so you could get used to doing a ton of work and analyzing problems.

I was a political science major because career services suggested it for law school. The only thing it did for me was connect me with some good ex-lawyer professors for LOR and helped insure to myself that I wanted to go to law school. However, as far as substantive help goes. there is 0. I know a few extra cases in Con Law, nothing helpful at all.

I suppose one way to look at it is Poli Sci is easy, and you can really focus on the LSAT. Forget about what major will best give you an advantage, because there isn't one that will allow you do to magically better in law school than other majors. I'd say instead just focus on the LSAT night and day so you can get a high enough score to go to a school where even if you arent as good as everyone else you can still get a job easy. I wish I had done that instead of not taking the LSAT seriously enough.

Good luck

I feel like I know the areas I struggled in, and are correcting them. What do you think?

Current Law Students / Re: Things you wish you would have known...
« on: February 24, 2007, 10:33:45 AM »
Honestly. I wish I hadnt ever read those books about success or whatever. I'd say the best thing to do is there is no magical book or method that's going to allow you to do well in law school. If you work hard and try to understand it I think you'll be fine. Just my opinion though, I'm sure some people swear by those books. I guess I should say that there is not ONE magic method, you'll have to just end up doing what works for you.

if you right click on it and go to "edit slides" it allows you to just run through them as you like

That is fantastic, thanks!

Current Law Students / Re: how long take your guys to prepare LSAT
« on: February 22, 2007, 05:11:06 AM »
Havent read the whole thread, but I only half-assed my LSAT prep and I really regret it, my practice scores were a lot higher than my actual as well, something else to keep in mind.(I'm not sure why you'd keep that in mind, but you must take everything you read a on a message board to heart). Really, I don't think there can be too much prep. The better you do the better the school you'll get into the less stress you'll have worrying about being employed when you get out. I'd spend as much time on it as you can. the LSAT is everything for determining what school you get into(pretty much). There's my 2 cents. good luck

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