We're using the Farnsworth casebook, and my prof. is all over the place. Any suggestions as to a good supplement? Thanks.
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I'm an incoming 1L, and was wondering if anyone had any experience using multiple choice questions to study for their 1L exams. Obviously. there are very few profs who give multiple choice exams (my school doesn't have any, from what I know), but has anyone used the Lexis/Nexis "Q&A" series to help study for "traditional" law school exams?
I'm an incoming 1L, and from what my friends who are law students have told me, very soon after I start my first semester, we'll be asked if we want to enroll in bar review classes (whether they be BarBri, PMBR, or whatever have you). Will there be a significant savings if I put down the deposit when first asked, or is it something that can wait?
Someone on Ebay is selling a set of 12 boxes of Law In A Flash cards. When asked how old they were, he responded that he bought them in 1996. I'm going to be a 1L this Fall, and from alla coounts, the cards would be helpful to me. Should I grab these 12 boxes at the amazing price that he has set, or are they too old to be worth anything?
« on: December 19, 2004, 01:38:13 PM »
I took the Dec. LSAT, and if I go by my diagnostics, my score will be anywhere from 140-147. I have a 2.56 GPA, certificate from paralegal studies program (with honors), and 4 yrs paralegal work experience. From your experiences, will this get me into ANY ABA law school?