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Studying for the LSAT / anyone in dc area wanna study on weekends?
« on: June 18, 2006, 08:47:52 PM »
looking for study partner. im low 160s right now, trying to get low 170s.

screenname = umdbluedevil

Visits, Admit Days, and Open Houses / Why so many Jews at Georgetown?
« on: June 02, 2006, 12:40:11 PM »
Its Catholic, yet so many jews. I dont understand.

I've head the older lsats are much easier and have easier curves, so what would a 166 on a feb 95 lsat be worth about today? That was 16 wrong, 8 on the games section :(. 10 wrong would have been 170.


Say 90% white, 10% black, does not look black at all. Can they apply as mixed, both white and black?

What would be the consquences if the law school admitted someone due to AA cuz of what race they said, but the law school disagreed. ie a white student claming black when he does not know any black in his family tree and of what he knows consits only of white?

Has a law school ever done anything to an applicant that lied and got it?

Oh how I hate the games. Most of the time, the sum of the number wrong in the three non-games section is less than the amount wrong in the games section. My last lsat I took from one of the 10 real books, I got 12 wrong in the game, 8 wrong in the three. :-( Ive done the powerscore game bible, twice. Did the lsat 180 games. Arg. Im going to keep trying but damn, the games are the devil, or close to it.


Studying for the LSAT / Help on logical reasoning
« on: April 02, 2006, 10:46:56 PM »
I need some help on various LSAT questions, only a few. Im doing the "10 actual lsats" book and they give the answers but no explation. There are three LR problems I cant see the logic or disagree with. I cant post them here, anyone willing to talk to help me understand them over aim? My screen name is umd blue devil.


Studying for the LSAT / Is 20 too young for LSAT?
« on: March 31, 2006, 02:28:03 PM »
When I take the June exam I will have been 20 for less than 2 months. I'm going to be graduating when I'm 20 and hopefully starting law school when I'm 21. Will it hurt my admission chances since I will be fairly young?

Does anyone know if Virginia or Michigan gives a lot of weight to be in state vs out of state when it comes to admission? I know they do get a preference but is it a big deal? I know for undergrad the UC schools like UCLA are very hard out of state but ok if you are instate. Was curious how it played at UVA and Mich law. Thanks.

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