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Is anyone interested in exchanging and editing personal statements with me?
-Duncan

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Law School Applications / I'm selling brand new LSAT/LSAC books
« on: August 09, 2003, 11:13:12 PM »
OK, here's the deal.  Up until this week, I was absolutely certain that I was going to law school.  I've decided to pursue my Ph.D. instead. The bad news is that I JUST ordered all of these LSAT prep materials, and now I have no use for them.  While I can't do anything about the money I paid to LSAC for registration and the LSACD on the Web service, I CAN at least sell the books I bought. If you are applying to law school or getting ready to take the LSATs, these books are a must have.  The following is a list of the books I have to sell:

10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests -- LSAC price = $30
10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests -- LSAC price = $30
The Official LSAT PrepTest with Explanations -- LSAC price = $17
The Official TriplePrep Volume 1 -- LSAC price = $17
The ABA-LSAC Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools -- LSAC price = $24

LSAC Prices are listed here: https://os.lsac.org/Release/Shop/Shop_Books.aspx?po=Y#prep

These are all BRAND NEW books that I JUST ordered. The only book I've even opened is the Guide to ABA-Approved Schools, and there are absolutely no marks or blemishes in that one. The total you'd pay through LSAC for these books would be $118.  I will see the whole lot of them for $75. If you're going to apply to law school, you need to buy this stuff anyway, so you might as well save some money on it. If no one is interested in buying the whole lot, I will entertain offers for individual books.  I have a pay pal account or I will take cash or a check in the mail... your call.

Email me at duncan@newmaine.com is you are interested.

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Studying for the LSAT / I'm selling brand new LSAT/LSAC books
« on: August 10, 2003, 09:32:58 AM »
OK, here's the deal.  Up until this week, I was absolutely certain that I was going to law school.  I've decided to pursue my Ph.D. instead. The bad news is that I JUST ordered all of these LSAT prep materials, and now I have no use for them.  While I can't do anything about the money I paid to LSAC for registration and the LSACD on the Web service, I CAN at least sell the books I bought. If you are applying to law school or getting ready to take the LSATs, these books are a must have.  The following is a list of the books I have to sell:

10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests -- LSAC price = $30
10 More Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests -- LSAC price = $30
The Official LSAT PrepTest with Explanations -- LSAC price = $17
The Official TriplePrep Volume 1 -- LSAC price = $17
The ABA-LSAC Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools -- LSAC price = $24

LSAC Prices are listed here: https://os.lsac.org/Release/Shop/Shop_Books.aspx?po=Y#prep

These are all BRAND NEW books that I JUST ordered. The only book I've even opened is the Guide to ABA-Approved Schools, and there are absolutely no marks or blemishes in that one. The total you'd pay through LSAC for these books would be $118.  I will see the whole lot of them for $75. If you're going to apply to law school, you need to buy this stuff anyway, so you might as well save some money on it. If no one is interested in buying the whole lot, I will entertain offers for individual books.  I have a pay pal account or I will take cash or a check in the mail... your call.

Email me at duncan@newmaine.com is you are interested.

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Where should I go next fall? / Southwestern's SCALE program
« on: July 25, 2003, 09:52:24 AM »
Does anyone have any first hand knowledge about Southwestern's SCALE program?  I've read their literature, but I'd like to hear from anyone with practical information about it.

FYI, if you're not familiar with it, it's the only ABA-approved 2-year law program. It's based on a more active learning model than a traditional law school program.

Thanks,
Duncan

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Where should I go next fall? / Northeastern
« on: July 25, 2003, 09:47:02 AM »
Does anyone know a current or former law student at Northeastern that I could speak with about the school? I'm interested to know what people think about the co-op experience. I'd also love to hear from anyone about the types of scholarships Northeastern offers.

Thanks,
-Duncan

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I'm interested in hearing what people were offered for scholarships and which schools made the offers.  I'm mostly interested in learning about merit-based scholarships, so please include your GPA & LSAT scores too.

Thanks!
-Duncan

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