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« on: October 17, 2012, 04:30:22 PM »
When I applied to USC Law in 2007, one place I got accepted, I wrote about how I was on welfare as a kid. I mentioned the times when I searched for empty cans and bottles. I even think I alluded to the time I searched in a garbage can and found a box of half-eaten pizza or when I found a cold Baby Ruth candy bar in a dumpster. What a rags-to-riches story my life is! Unless, of course, the absolute truth is we're all born rich. In that case, I didn't forfeit my wealth.
« on: October 17, 2012, 03:41:49 PM »
I haven't done a lot of research on the rankings, but it strikes me that NYU is ranked higher than Cornell. If you ask me, NYU is USC on the east. The conclusion I draw is that it doesn't really matter where you go at some point. I am curious to find out where that point is.
« on: October 17, 2012, 03:32:35 PM »
I have a feeling I am going to take the LSAT again and charge back into law school. But when I took the LSAT years ago in 2005, I got a perfect score on the logic games section under times conditions. You know what? Unless the market changes, I might be able to make big money only on that claim to fame. I got all the questions correct on the logic games section. Period. Did you?
« on: October 17, 2012, 03:28:18 PM »
I did. I got a 166 and went to the University of Southern California Gould Law School, one of those top-twenty or so law schools. And I didn't even graduate and I may never will! But I can already make big money. So, unless future data proves me wrong, I encourage others to follow in my foot steps.
« on: October 11, 2012, 05:16:43 PM »
What's the point of all this law stuff? I mean, is it really about becoming a servant of the court or is it more about getting better at reading and writing for other things? For example, I use the skills I have developed by going to law school for other things, like gaming. By going to law school I have improved my reading and writing abilities, and I have improved my critical thinking and logical reasoning abilities. And that comes in handy on www.gsn.com
« on: October 05, 2012, 03:02:40 PM »
I registered a new LSAC account today. I think I'm gonna retake the LSAT and go back to law school.
« on: September 11, 2012, 04:56:41 PM »
When you purchase the LSAT and apply to law school are you buying extraneous "lawyer making products" too? Because I did that in 2007 and now, 5 years later, it feels like I downloaded lawyer making software in my body.
« on: September 11, 2012, 04:51:38 PM »
I took the LSAT twice in 2005. The first time around I cancelled it. I took it at Boston University. The reason I cancelled it was, if I remember correctly, I heard a noise in the rafters and it distracted me. I cancelled it afterwards, just in case. Then I retook the LSAT in October 2005 in Stony Brook, Mass, and I scored a 166. That's 93-94 percentile which means I did better than 93-94% of LSAT test takers. That's like if everybody who uses LawSchoolDiscussion.org took the LSAT, then I scored better than 93-94% of people on LawSchoolDiscussion.org.
But what I want to know is what score I did get, or would have gotten, on my first LSAT.
« on: August 02, 2012, 01:00:24 PM »
Today I bought a book on real estate licensing exams by Barron's. The book coast $18.99. I bet I can convert it into millions of dollars.
« on: July 24, 2012, 12:28:49 PM »
Correct me if I am wrong, but Harvard, for some reason, is at the top of the totem pole of society. I am going to apply there. Is it the best college in the world?