« on: April 22, 2013, 06:09:57 PM »
Great post thanks!
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« on: December 06, 2006, 04:53:54 PM »
I just wanted to say thanks for this thread. This gives me an awesome outline to study from! If I knew you I'd give you a big kiss
I answered them all just in enough time but it was weird.. I honestly thought I had a good grasp on the material. After the first test..I went through some of my wrong answers finding out why I got them wrong and felt really confident on the second test. I actually did worse! I've noticed there's plenty of material to buy online for logical and analytic reasoning to study from but I don't know a good strategy for reading comprehension or if it's even realistic to drastically raise your score in this section.
Hello...I just started my preparation for the upcoming test in February by taking two practice tests. I did surprisingly well on Logical Reasoning and Analytic Reasoning but I did HORRIBLE on the section I feared most..Reading Comprehension. I have no idea how to study for this section and would really really appreciate any tips. Thanks!
« on: October 28, 2006, 03:17:47 PM »
Yes - why just those disciplines? For my money English Lit is the very best preparation for the study of law: it is not trivially easy (and absurd) like economics; it has a better relationship to the way that lawyers think than engineering or any of the other sciences; and it isn't a hobby dressed up as an academic field like international relations or business or political science.
That's my whole point..it's a dumb term. Trust me...I loved watching African documentaries in High School and seeing moron after moron refer to the Africans as African American. If you have the term African American then of course we all know what it implies but as a future lawyer you could easily argue for it's literal meaning which is "AFRICAN American" This inclued Egyptians and yes white South Africans. It's simply a flawed term and that being so I believe whether it's the LSAT or the SAT or the GMAT or any other random piece of paper that forces us to differentiate and seperate ourselves from other races in America (we are all Americans damnit) if you are of "African" decent you should be able to mark African American.
what's less believable about this board: that we everyone is really really rediciously goodlooking or that everybody got above 170? both are claimed by all on this board.
LOL You should definately start that poll