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Studying for the LSAT / candy and/or gum
« on: January 06, 2008, 06:44:27 PM »
Does anyone know if its possibly to have candy/gum in your pocket to eat during the test? I don't mean to chomp on the whole time - eating isn't allowed. But between sections if I were to discreetly sneak a jolly rancher or something, would that be a problem?
I have energy level/fatigue concerns - sugar will help.

Where should I go next fall? / Univ. of Baltimore Law School
« on: November 21, 2007, 11:13:07 PM »
Hello, has anyone applied there? Any opinons on the school, the program there, job prospects for afterwards, etc.?  I know its 3.3/155 but not much else. 

Where should I go next fall? / what is a full time schedule like?
« on: November 11, 2007, 08:28:08 PM »

Can anyone (law students or prospective students who have done more research than I have) tell me what their typical weekly class schedule is like? Esp if you attend/are familiar with schools in the DC-MD area.  Even if you just post a sample schedule esp for 1Ls (M:10-11:15; 2-3:30/T etc etc) it would be helpful.

Just trying to get a more concrete idea of how it all might work with my kids' schedules (day care, school, etc.)

Thanks in advance.

Non-Traditional Students / taking LSAT while pregnant
« on: November 11, 2007, 06:30:23 PM »
this isn't necessarily a question just for nontraditional students, but i would be in that category. i am planning to take the LSAT in feb when I will be 8 months pregnant. has anyone done this before? i am sort of concerned about it but i figure it beats the alternatives (1-taking it with a newborn and a 4 yr old; and 2-just dropping the whole law school thing altogether.)
i am most concerned about lack of energy, not being able to snack at will, and being distracted by physical discomforts-although by month 8 it won't be as bad as months 1-4 or month 9/9+.
any advice is appreciated.

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