« on: February 25, 2008, 02:47:08 PM »
I find it funny a post like this comes from someone like you, who clearly is advertising the fact that you are an LSAT tutor and has an ad for another website on your sig. Regardless, thelawschoolproject's site is really helpful, and people interested in law school could definitely benefit from someone who is in law school and is offering to personally give advice.For most people, I recommend taking a prep class (I took Testmasters and happened to get a great instructor). My class started at 6pm, and I worked full time as an engineer while taking classes and studying for the LSAT.
If you are not interested in taking a class, real LSAT books are key. There are 3 released LSAT books by the LSAC. The first is slightly outdated now, but the others are ok. You can also buy LSAT preptests which is highly worth it.
For more information, visit my page at www.thelawschoolproject.com
I am a 2L at Northwestern Law School, and have gone through 1L OCI, 1L job hunt, 2L OCI, and various legal internships.
Feel free to contact me via my information on my site if you have any questions!
Sir, you are begging for an arse kicking. I really don't care if anybody that reads this thinks I'm an a-hole for saying it.
All 10 of your posts so far have provided zero info that is not basically self explanatory for people that read LSAT and LS related boards. Groundbreaking, buy real LSAT tests for practice and get those books that have 10 LSATs each in them and maybe take a prep course if you like that sort of thing. Wow, I am blown away by your knowledge and guidance.
Neither me nor anyone else could have put that together by punching in LSAT into amazon and/or going to www.lsac.org
Brilliant redundant stuff that says little more than 'buy books with real LSAT tests and study' along with your link in every one of your posts. Your site looks ok but says far less than is already available on the lsac web page (the source of it all).
If you want to play in free form LSAT and LS discussion board land I suggest you CONTRIBUTE something to the discussion other than blatant spam and a few comments that are about super basic stuff that is self evident already to most people that check these places out while they struggle with the process.
Offer something useful please if you can or stick to craigslist or pay for some google adwords or something. Free and open discussion boards are for discussions and interactions about things related to the process and content in some details, etc. That is why they are called DISCUSSION BOARDS. Note the first of those two words that is in CAPS.