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General Off-Topic Board / .
« on: November 19, 2008, 11:25:18 PM »

It's a strengthen question about problems of urbanization.

Ok so basically premise is saying there's a lot of folks from rural coming into the city so it's becoming a problem. But then it goes to say instead of solving the problem by stopping flow from rural to urban, they can deal with it by trading goods primarily with the urban population.

C) Then the answer choice says that to strengthen this, we must have that a scarcity of agriculture is most important in urbanization problem.

shouldn't the bold part say "rural" instead to make sense this answer choice?

General Off-Topic Board / Hey Bluewarrior...
« on: November 17, 2008, 02:17:01 PM »

it's about north american PHD program, and DOES NOT WEAKEN problem.

I can see why B is correct, because age of applicants has little to do with the decline, but I am also not sure about E, which states applicants outside north America has declined.

This is year 2008. I'm really surprised some parts of America are still severely disconnected. Way to keep ignorant deeper into ignorance Oklahoma.

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Based on these ballot measures, I think Nebraska is the most backward. They decided to ban any affirmative action. Now, while I do believe that some states like California, New York, and even Michigan, can afford these types of measures, Nebraska can't - It's dominantly suburban Christian male whites. White males in Nebraska do not face the same equality challenges as blacks and females. Besides, Andy Roddick is from Nebraska and this mofo hasn't won a tournament since Mandy Moore became famous. Colorado is on a verge of same fate, but it seems like their version of affirmative action is at the moment leaning towards No.

Law School Admissions / Transcript question.
« on: November 04, 2008, 12:16:49 PM »
I sent in my transcript as soon as I graduated UG. I just got a letter from my UG verifying my completion of a degree and that it will now reflect on my transcripts. This means that I sent in the transcript to LSAC too soon and although it will have all the classes, it will not have official degree earned note. Should I order another transcript?

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