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Where can I find some? Any advice would be helpful.

Food for though..

-how long should it be?

-How do you make it not sound whiny?

-Should I even bother?

-How many people do this?

Thanks
Wall

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Should I write the school in which I am applying at the top?

Or just my name and my university of where I attended?

Just my name?

Thanks for the words,
Wall

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Law School Admissions / Have a 153 LSAT
« on: January 08, 2009, 02:56:03 PM »
Hello all,

Unfortunately my LSAT sucks. But I want to apply anyway. Anyone know of any schools that are at least "on the rise?"

Schools I should look into with this score?

Any information would be helpful.

Thanks,
Wall

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Studying for the LSAT / Purchasing and PRINTING LSATS Online
« on: November 09, 2008, 07:33:26 AM »
Hello everyone.

I am working in Europe right now and I want to take a bunch of LSATS before the December test.  DOes anyone know of a website in which I can purchase tests online and print them? 

I say this because having LSAT books sent to me make take to long for it to reach me.  I did that already but I want to start now.  Please help.  Thanks a lot.

Respect
Wally

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Studying for the LSAT / Need some advice
« on: October 30, 2008, 02:33:43 PM »
Hello,

Heres the deal, I took the LSAT twice now, in June and October.  I got a 148 in June and a 150 in October.  Now here i am.  I am quite discouraged and frustrated. but I dont want to give up.  That is unlike me.  I was averaging mid-150's leading up to the october test and i failed despite "improving" my score from June.

The question I have is...should I retake it...again? Will this look really bad to schools?  Or will it look as if I am persistent?  I really want to get in a aba approved school. But now I dont know if I can.  Someone please help me out.

respect
wally

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Studying for the LSAT / My friends, I need advice
« on: October 30, 2008, 02:27:52 PM »
Hello,

Heres the deal, I took the LSAT twice now, in June and October.  I got a 148 in June and a 150 in October.  Now here i am.  I am quite discouraged and frustrated. but I dont want to give up.  That is unlike me.  I was averaging mid-150's leading up to the october test and i failed despite "improving" my score from June.

The question I have is...should I retake it...again? Will this look really bad to schools?  Or will it look as if I am persistent?  I really want to get in a aba approved school. But now I dont know if I can.  Someone please help me out.

respect
wally

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