« on: November 12, 2006, 01:36:47 AM »
some lucky person in LA will get my spot at Southwestern. Good luck!
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So I want to quit but I feel guilty about leaving after such a short period of time - like I didn't give her enough time to 'grow on me.' My co-workers told me not to worry about it and I'll 'get used to it.' What do you guys think?
« on: June 30, 2006, 08:47:17 PM »
So my 2001 Nissan Sentra desperately needs new tires but I don't know anything about tires (or cars for that matter..) All my friends are equally as oblivious. Can someone suggest a good place to go and around how much should I expect to pay for tires (something like $70 ea?) What brand of tires are good and which brands I should avoid. My biggest fear is walking to some tire shop and get totally ripped off because I'm a girl and I know nothing about cars. Can someone make me a smarter tire shopper?! Thanks! By the way, I'm on the poor side so I can't afford anything real fancy.
I'm considering maybe re-taking.. and I might have to settle for this guy. (Robin and I have schedule conflicts ) Has anyone had him as an instructor? Any good? Tell me everything you know about this guy! He does have law in his last name.. that's a plus.
I took a full Testmasters class for the June test and decided at the last minute to wait to take the September test. My score was fluctuating like crazy and I know I will need more time to study to get the score I want. I still have all the class materials (most books only half worked through.) I'm curiously to hear from others who have taken a prep course twice (esp. Testmasters.) Did it help your score the second time around? What made the second time different from the first? Is it worth the additional $625? I would like to hear some suggestions before investing more of my hard earned money. Thanks!
I used to think she was just a regular ol' nutcase. After recent events, I have no choice but to put her in the "Diguesting Human Being... I Hope She Dies of a Terrible Death" category. Where does she get off making these cruel and hateful statements. Does she have a soul?! She is ridiculously narrow minded for someone with so much education. Everything she says is ridiculous! She wants to take away women's right to vote, advocates racial profiling..... UGH! Who is this shameless woman?! Sorry, I just need to rant.
« on: May 25, 2006, 02:53:38 PM »
I read somewhere that reading the Economist will help with the RC section. RC is by far my worst section (I miss almost 1/2 on all the practice tests and I generally only get through 3 passages of the 4.) I have a hard time focusing and concentrating on most of the reading because they are so darn boring. So I picked up a copy of the Economist over the weekend and read some articles and while some are interesting, some really bored me to tears so I think it'll make for good practice. Does anyone have any ideas about how to properly utilize the Economist and work it into a study routine? My LSAT score will thank you!
I'm planning on taking the September LSAT in the LA area and I need help deciding between UCLA, USC and Southwestern. Any advice will be appreciated. I will especially like to hear some PROs and CONs for each test center. Thanks!