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Free kisses???

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Law School Applications / Re: jd vs. mba
« on: November 16, 2006, 09:32:52 PM »
Does anyone else find it odd that to be admitted to the Northwestern JD/MBA, one needs only to take the GMAT, and not the LSAT?

I did not know that; very interesting!  Of course, if you don't get into Kellogg, [imho] you're not going to NW Law either.

  K   -->   NW

Wow, I'm putting in all kinds of .02s today!  ;)

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May I ask which school?  May be a factor...

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: doing PT in two days? or at one go.
« on: November 16, 2006, 01:07:32 PM »
Why are you doing so many PTs?  Are you studying at all?  You probably could get better use of your time by spending that hour each day just going over practice problems, past tests, etc.  You're still missing questions, so why not aim to get them all right?  As for an indicator of your score, I agree that you have to take a full PT to get a good idea of your score.  After that, I'd say lay off the PT's until Dec.  Keep studying, but there's no use repeatedly taking PT's and repeatedly getting questions wrong.  Your goal should be to study, occassionally take the PT's, and see a rise in your PT score.

Good points.  I'm going to adopt that as my "master plan" from now on.

:)

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Law School Applications / Re: jd vs. mba
« on: November 16, 2006, 01:05:32 PM »
It's only another year...

;)

...of paying tuition, books, and fees and not earning a salary or having good health care.

Yesh, I'm having enough trouble swallowing the idea of doing that for three years, let alone four.  Of course, if the miracle happened that I got into one of these new-fangled three-year programs...

Still dig those boobs; less crazy about the actress wearing them.  But that would be for another board.  :)

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: doing PT in two days? or at one go.
« on: November 16, 2006, 12:52:12 PM »
Absolutely because of the fatigue factor.  You're already taking a shorter PT that the real thing due to the lack of an experimental section (unless you sub in).

Plus, you can't really evaluate your score vs. state-of-mind, what you ate, how you felt, etc., over two days.

My $.02 is only split up the tests if you absolutely *have no other choice*, and even keep that to a minimum.  I once had to split up 1 single PT over 3 days--it was the best I'd scored to date, and, of course, nearly useless as a predictor.

Good luck!!!

:)

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Kiss of death.

[just kidding]

:)

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Law School Applications / Re: jd vs. mba
« on: November 16, 2006, 12:47:02 PM »
It's only another year...

;)

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Non-Traditional Students / Re: 1st practice lsat
« on: November 08, 2006, 07:18:22 PM »
sure.  i think it was june 2003.  it is the pre-test for the weekend powerscore class i'm taking.  any reason why?  just wondering.

Just curious because there are some differences between tests over the years.  I took the full 2-month PowerScore class--well worth the money.  As are the "Bibles".  Good luck!

~CW

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