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Just like the title says. I'm looking for proof that I'm not the only foreign language or linguistics major on this board. I'm a Spanish/Applied Linguistics major. It's "Applied" linguistics because I'm studying various applications for linguistics in the real world. Unfortunately, it's geared towards language teaching and I'd much rather do translation/analytical linguistics. And law, but being a linguistics professor is my alternate career.

Anyone else wanna geek it up with me and talk about phonemes and Chomsky and morphology? :D  ;D

Choosing the Right Law School / U of Oregon vs. Lewis & Clark
« on: June 08, 2007, 03:19:14 PM »
Is anyone here considering either of these schools? Are there any current students?

My first choice is University of Oregon, but I'd be fine with either school since I plan on remaining in Portland when I graduate.

I'm leaning towards U of Oregon because the alumni I've spoken with say it's not very cutthroat and more advocacy-oriented. The only real drawback is moving to Eugene for three years, but that's not really a problem.

Studying for the LSAT / How to improve reading comp?
« on: April 25, 2007, 12:06:58 PM »
Hi all,

I'm a newbie here and I'm taking the LSAT this June. So far my studying is going well; my practice tests are good and I'm a whiz at logic games (I guess being a math nerd helps!).

My issue is with reading comp. Like I said, logic games are no problem for me at all, and I've improved dramatically on the logical reasoning sections. I'm struggling a bit with reading comp; right now I'm getting between 50-70% correct. Does anyone have suggestions for improving?

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