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« on: November 18, 2002, 04:45:41 AM »
Wow...going mos. w/out spouse...that's hard to imagine. I *think* I'll do ok, because I will drive home every weekend. Right now my husband works a diff. shift than I do, so I already am used to not seeing him a lot. I'm hoping that just being away during the week will work out for us. I'm limiting the schools I'll be applying to (geographically), because I will not move to a school that I can not commute home from.
« on: November 15, 2002, 05:49:35 AM »
thx for the reply, great suggestions. Well, the good thing is that I don't have any kids, so I just have to concentrate on the hubby.
« on: November 15, 2002, 03:24:49 AM »
Hi...I'm going to be taking the LSAT in Dec, applying for '03 admission. I have narrowed down schools to a geographical location. I'm married, but will be living away from my husband during the week, and commuting home on wkends. Has anyone else been in the same boat, or know someone who has? I'm nervous, but confident "it's only three years...it will be so worth it in the longrun." He says the same thing, but we are both nervous.
« on: November 27, 2002, 09:04:37 AM »
I'll definitely post my number when I get it. There are a lot of self-studiers out there, so I'm sure you'll do just fine w/out forking out big bucks for study material & prep courses. If you are poor, you might even qualify for some type of waiver through LSAC, so you don't have to pay the $100 just to sit for the test. You are doing well by planning this far ahead. Are you going to apply for Fall '04?
Oh, you might want to check out "Nontrad.law," it's another board, and "Review.com"...but the latter is somewhat irrelavant. Sometimes there is a good post, but you really have to "filter through" a lot of the crap.
« on: November 27, 2002, 08:34:54 AM »
I will be taking LSAT in T minus 10 days....so I don't know if I can say if something has "worked" or not until I get my results. I went to a wkend LSAT course, then have ordered "10 REAL LSATS" and also LOGIC GAMES BIBLE. Those are my study aids. As for your score, even if you only need a 140, I'd challenge myself to do the best you can regardless. The better your score, the easier it will be for admittance, and possibly $$ from various schools. Good luck!
« on: November 27, 2002, 09:17:23 AM »
If you haven't already, I'd go to lsac.org & ck your chances of admission w/your #'s. If you have a shot, go ahead & apply. If you think you can't get into a certain group of schools w/you no's, I'd take the test again and not bother w/applying until next year.