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Studying for the LSAT / Answers for June 2005
« on: June 04, 2007, 11:14:11 AM »
This is the most inconsistent thing to do: to finish the test and then find out that I don't have the answers for it :'(.  If somebody can help me with it, I'll really appreciate it.  Thank you in advance!

Studying for the LSAT / Feb. 1995 LR 2, Q. 13
« on: May 20, 2007, 02:07:53 PM »
Hi guys,

If somebody can help me with the explanation of this answer choice (it's from the supplemental materials Power Score) I'll really appreciate it as always...  The correct answer is C, but I don't understand why. Maybe I didn't fully understand the question stem in a normal language?  I realize that it's an assumption Q.

Thank you in advance.

I apologize in case if somebody already asked about it. But if somebody has a minute to help - thank you in advance.

Visits, Admit Days, and Open Houses / Northeastern: how to visit wisely?
« on: September 20, 2005, 07:56:41 AM »
Hi, guys,

Going to visit Northeastern Univ.Law school this coming Thirsday.  The schedule looks pretty fixed: campus, information session, meeting with one current student.
So, any tips?
Thanks in advance

So, the question is: does it usually help, if you have public service in your background?

I'm kind of surprised... What kind of privacy reasons can be, if I 'm enrolling the class and I want to know, who is my instructor? I wasn't asking his/her home address/phone number or other private stuff. Just: who is my instructor ant I think I have a right to know it, even if I'm just "shopping around". Isn't it usually known in all universities, courses, etc. And that how potential enrollers make their desecsion?
So, what do you think guys? I think it's wrong - I want to know who is the instructor, so that's one of the reasons I'll base my decision on. :-\ Well, my blod is boiling

If a Law School requires two letters of recommendation - does it mean to and that they will not consider if it's more, or "the more - the better"?
Also, have anybody experience with a LOR from one of your classmates, who become  a lawyer?

Studying for the LSAT / Late summer class TM anybody?
« on: July 11, 2005, 08:11:58 AM »
Let's unite our efforts :)

Hi, gues!

I'm relatively new on LSD, and noticed, you send PSs to each other. So, how does it work, I mean, who usually reads PSs? Are they just volunteers, or some kind of experts (e.g. already attended to LS, etc.). What's usually the procedure: you send your PS to those, who agrees to read and make some remarks for you?

Hi, guys!
Does anybody know the instructors in Boston area? Many thanks.

TM - Sam Ntonme, PS - Elena Sladskaya or Melissa Sedrish

Can somebody tell how did the prep course really improve your score (in points)?

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