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Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Rutgers Camden
« on: August 15, 2007, 10:03:58 AM »
I am in. Just wanted to let peeps know who might be waiting on them. They are calling some peeps today.

Choosing the Right Law School / Fordham called
« on: February 11, 2006, 06:17:55 AM »
They left a message that they wanted some information about me retaking the LSAT. Does this mean they are at least interested?

Just two pages of a small scene between and admissions dean and a student. What do you think about that idea for next year?

Some say Late Dec early Jan is too late some say it's fine. I just wanted to get a feel for who is counting on their Dec LSAT score to get into school Fall 06?

And a totally noob question. When cancelling your score, (I haven't read too much on this please don't flame) are you shown your score or you have to cancel not knowing your score depending on how you felt you did?

Studying for the LSAT / Powerscore Weekend Course a review
« on: November 01, 2005, 11:06:32 AM »
I took the Powerscore Weekend Lsat course this past weekend in Manhattan. The class had about 27 people and the room only had one to two empty chairs left over. Our teacher was a dude named John. Very young guy who says he scored 176 on his Lsat.

I now agree that if you are disciplined student you can get everything you need (Powerscore wise) from the books themselves. I lack motivation half the time and took this class to help me start doing the games. The teacher was very good. Although young and hanging out in sweats he did not play around. Day 1 he told maybe one joke and that was it. I mention this because when I first saw him I had my doubts on his abilities. But he was good. He really hit the book they give you, (Powerscore weekend guide*) and showed he knew his stuff.

Day two he opened up a bit and was more casual but still didn't play around he was very focused. In the two days I can say we didn't cover too much. We went over 100 pages of stuff but not too many examples. Again, all in all, if you are someone who can study alone then I don't think you need the weekend class.


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