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I was sent a waitlist letter earlier this year and submitted it stating I would like to be on the waitlist.

I just received another waitlist letter to answer whether or not I still want to reserve my spot on the wait list.

Can anyone provide input, thoughts, whether this is a good thing or bad thing for me?

I am happy that I did not get rejected and that they instead sent me another letter to confirm my continued interest to wait on the waiting list, but at the same time Im curious to know if it was bad that I didnt get accepted at this point. It would be informative if I knew how many were waitlisted at this school but I dont.

Do I have a good chance of getting accepted at this point or not?

Studying for the LSAT / Question on Studying for Sept or Dec
« on: July 19, 2009, 10:55:55 PM »
Hi All,

I have been studying on and off for the LSAT for a while now. I took the June test and because of my luck I was sick on the day of the test and performed poorly thereby cancelling my score for June.

The thing is is that I am unsure of how to study for the test the next time. Since I already took all of the practice tests to prep for June what do I do now - do I:

1) review LSAT books and then for the last month take prac tests over and over again
2) simultaneously review LSAT books while taking prac tests for the next 2 months

- Also would 3+ hours of studying per day be enough? I work a 9 - 6 mon through fri

I would be very grateful for a detailed response back...thank you to any and all those who reply to this I really appreciate it!!!!!

Studying for the LSAT / ? on Experimental Section
« on: July 08, 2009, 09:26:55 AM »
I was wondering if the experimental section for the June test will likely be on the upcoming Sept test. Is that how the experimentals work?

Thanks guys!

Studying for the LSAT / ? about the experimental section
« on: May 30, 2009, 07:03:37 PM »

I was wondering if anybody knows what material the experimental section is on usually. I heard from a friend that the experimental section is usually either a games or LR section?

Thank you!!!!!! ;D

Studying for the LSAT / Questions on LR problems
« on: May 17, 2009, 11:31:23 PM »
Hi guys! I was wondering if anyone can help me out on #s 1,3 and 19 on practice test 37 section 2? It's frustrating how badly I struggled through 1 and 3 since they are supposed to be easier...

For #1 I was able to eliminate D and E, but when looking at A, B and C I can see why each one of those would justify that beginning mediation late would be ineffective...and for the others....I actually have no comments on those....

Well anyways, I hope studying is going well for everybody and I look forward to hearing any feedback from any one on these problemos...goodnight then  8)

Studying for the LSAT / June 2006 LSAT problems
« on: May 06, 2009, 08:20:38 PM »
Hi everyone,

I was having trouble on a few problems and was hoping to get some feedback as to why the correct answer is correct and the wrong ones wrong for the following problems.

June 2006 LR section 2

#17 - This is the problem that talks about Humans being complex....I chose A and forgot the rationale behind my decision. A was correct by the way. Why are B and C wrong especially and how is A right?

#16 - I chose wisely yet again, but how are A and C wrong.

#7 Please explain why E is correct and why the others are wrong.....

Thanks in advance by the way to whomever helps me out with this, well actually this is kinda helping everyone out because in essence it is still problem review (hehe - lol) ;D

Studying for the LSAT / PT 30
« on: April 27, 2009, 09:14:30 PM »

I was wondering if anyone can help me on these 2 problems. In section 4 LR problem 17 I was wondering why answer choice D was wrong, although I know why C is correct.

Lastly in section 4 LR of PT 30 - how is A correct for #20?

Thanks in advance guys : - )

Studying for the LSAT / How to stay Motivated?
« on: March 04, 2009, 09:21:40 AM »
Well - I have been studying for the LSAT on and off since last fall and have been struggling to break past a 150 and still have not scored higher than that yet.

For me, having seen the consistent 145s to 148s took its toll on me mentally - finally breaking the 150 mark gave me some hope, but not much because ideally the score to shoot for is a 160+ with the economy being so bad many more people are going to want to go to school thus making getting accepted into law school more competitive.

Basically, I dont know if I can get into law school (preferrably Southwestern and USF)even with a 150-153...however, I still want to take the LSAT and get the best score I can it's just the lack of motivation due to my fear of not improving that is bringing me down as well as thoughts that maybe this is a career I may not be suited for... Has anyone ever gone through this dilemna of emotions? If so, how did you overcome?


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