Anyone else up on the Bilderberg Group conspiracy theory??
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I posted this on a different thread but I think I might get more responses here. I want to donate my lsat books / practice exams I bought from LSAC. Books are expensive and the costs of prep courses are outrageous. I know a lot of students can't afford them so I'm looking to make a donation to one or more students who could really use it. Any suggestions on the best avenue to take?
I want to donate my LSAT books & the 6-7 LSAT exams I purchased from LSAC (05, 06, 07 exams). The costs of LSAT prep courses are outrageous and the books you buy on your own aren't cheap. I know there are lots of students who can't afford to take the courses or buy the books. Any suggestions on where to donate them/how to go about doing this? I would ideally like it to go to a student or students who are really in need.
« on: December 03, 2007, 12:59:33 PM »
I've gone complete at all of my schools, some over a month ago. I applied EA to several schools and ED to one. I've also just signed up for the Feb LSAT in case I get waitlisted/deferred at any of those schools and I want to attempt a re-take to put me over the edge (Decisions come by Dec 15th) Is that ok to do since I'm already complete at all of these schools?
Looking to discuss law school with other candidates within this range. The posts are very skewed to T14 or bust mentalities and I want to know what candidates within my range are thinking. Are you considereding significant scholarships at T2 schools? Or will you go to the best school you get into?
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