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Where should I go next fall? / Western State College of Law Financial Aid Package means I'm accepted?« on: April 18, 2008, 10:26:05 PM »
I hope its true..Anyone have the same thing happen with an acceptance letter that came shortly after?
« on: January 16, 2007, 08:20:16 PM »
a) Realtor for ReMax
I'm agressive, a good saleswoman and live in Orange County. I would love to deal with people all day and drive a shiny car and have 10 cell phones
b) Hollywood/Fashion career
I am fascinated by both, of course being a girly girl, but also seems more interesting to be traveling and doing PR than stuck in an office growing flabby
HRMMMMMM...Decisions Decisions..I haven't applied to school yet but I'm having one of these weird crisis. Anyone ever experienced it, or have any advice?
« on: January 08, 2007, 04:56:39 PM »
Hi everyone, I'm about to take the LSAT again and I was wondering if Blueprint Prep and Powerscore explain the answers for
Do they give you sets of questions and just give you letter answers in the back?
I'm very frustrated with Testmasters because I really didn't feel I learned anything from them on that section. They just gave 80 questions and if you got it wrong, what then? I know that is what asking questions in class is for, but I seriously would have liked an explaination such as "A is wrong because.." and I'm hoping I can find that through another prep class to give me a more complete understanding.
Please let me know how it went for you guys who have taken Powerscore and Blueprint. Thank you in advance
« on: December 26, 2006, 03:02:35 AM »
Hello wonderful LSDers,
I was hoping you all could weigh in on a decision that I am trying to make. I scored a 147 on my LSAT recentely and I am going to take another year to retake the test and apply for the 2007-2008 Fall cycle. I'm working full time right now at a great firm and my contract ends in July. I want to take the September 2007 LSAT and I would like to know if I should:
A) ask my bosses to give me part time work from the months of July-September and then go back full time until Law School, even though I need to score very well on this test (Do you think this option would be jepordizing my chances?) or
B) quit the job in July and have those months to completely dedicate to the LSAT but then be floating around for the next 8 months until law school which I won't have any savings or income and I hate living at home.
If you guys reply ill forever be grateful. It would make my Christmas.