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Law School Applications / Re: 2.2 GPA, 179 LSAT- Who will take me?
« on: March 09, 2010, 10:47:51 PM »
WOW Almost a perfect splitter.

I'd say plenty, including many of the t1 and most t2.
My situation was similar to yours, although not as extreme, and I got into T20 schools with $$.
lawschoolpredictor.com was very accurate in my situation, you might find it useful.

Good luck.

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: GW vs. UCD
« on: January 18, 2010, 11:58:06 AM »
With that offer I would definitely go to GW

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Hey, that is not how it looked when I wrote it!

Superbowl will be Cowboys v. Chargers

Chargers will win

I hope I'm better at picking Law Schools and Law firms :(

Kaeding is a great kicker, anyone can have a crappy day. Plus, it was the whole team that lost to the Jets.

It hurts :(

Superbowl will be: I don't care anymore

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Hey, that is not how it looked when I wrote it!

Superbowl will be Cowboys v. Chargers

Chargers will win

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NFC -Packers v. Cowboys                  SUPERBOWL          CHAMPION
                               
                                          Cowboys

                                            vs               Chargers

AFC -Chargers v. Colts                    Chargers
                                   







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I think that nothing beats doing timed, full length official tests.

The bibles, Kaplan, etc are useful for learning techniques that you haven't tried.

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I think it is very doable.

I was scoring in that range 6 weeks before the test and got a 170 on the real thing.

The powerscore bibles worked for me, maybe it is not only a specific area but also your approach/technique.

If you do get a tutor be sure to get the most of it. You don't want to pay all that $$$ just to listen to something you could get from a $20 book.

Good luck!

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Law School Applications / Re: 2.6 GPA, 164 LSAT
« on: December 27, 2009, 01:07:24 PM »
LET THIS BE A LESSON FOR SPLITTERS OUT THERE.

SHOTGUN APPROACH, WIDE NET, HOWEVER YOU WANT TO CALL IT...

SO FAR I'M ADMITTED TO SCHOOLS RANKED IN THE 20'S 60'S AND 80'S

A COUPLE OF T3 AND T4'S

REJECTED AT T10

WAITLISTED AT ONE IN THE 80'S (GO FIGURE)

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Reviews, Visits, and Rankings / Re: Cal Western
« on: November 28, 2009, 12:24:02 PM »
I actually applied there for Spring 2010 and was recently admitted. In addition, I applied to a number of other (better ranked) schools come Fall 2010. I'm seriously considering this school... have you visited the campus yet? I don't know much about the school. If anyone could shed some light, that'd be much appreciated!

If you mean the campus, I've visited, it is located in Downtown SD, close to bus routes and the SD trolley. The gaslamp district is nearby and there's housing availabe if you're willing to have a roomate. The staff was very helpful and so were the students I talked to. It has a very relaxed athmosphere. The campus is divided in three buildings, the library (a fairly modern building), administration, and classrooms, courtroom, student lounge-organizations, etc. You have to cross the street to go from one to another. Not big deal and weather is SD is always good.

It is located very close to major law firms and employers. The only problem is parking, I'm taking the trolley if I go there.

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Where should I go next fall? / LSAT splitters experiences and $$
« on: October 28, 2009, 10:51:26 PM »
Hello,

170 LSAT, 2.6 GPA.

I'd like to stay in California, but I've heard that the schools here favor GPAs, any true to this? other than "cast a wide net" it seems to be it.

Anyone knows how being a splitter affects scholarships?

Also, how accurate is the lsac admissions calculator for splitters?

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