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Current Law Students / Re: Socratic method = russian roulette?
« on: August 26, 2008, 12:01:11 PM »
Hey Falkies ,

Im in my first week too and I know what you mean !! Today was my day lol .It def sucks !!

First off Congrats !!

As a fellow T3 student ( ill be a 1L in the fall ) , I just want to ask you what you did to get yourself in that top 3 % ? Any special study tips you could pass down ?

Was there any part of the transfer process you found to be particularly hard or time consuming ?

Thanks and Congrats again !!

Current Law Students / Re: Summer Prep
« on: June 27, 2008, 01:08:30 PM »
I didnt think your sarcasm towards that particular poster was overtly nasty , I just think it was out of line . Amazon and Google will find most things for you , however asking where to find an out of print law school prep book on a website about law school,filled with Law and Pre-Law students , and in a forum about law school prep , doesnt really sound like such a stupid idea on that posters part

Current Law Students / Re: Summer Prep
« on: June 27, 2008, 06:28:35 AM »
Seriously??  Is this your first time on the interwebs?

There is no need for that kind of tone when someone asks a question ! Is the sarcasm really necessary ?

Current Law Students / Re: I failed out of GW part time
« on: June 12, 2008, 02:39:26 PM »

Current Law Students / Re: Summer Prep
« on: June 08, 2008, 09:58:00 AM »
UF ,

I have How to do well on law school exams , ill probably get around to reading it next week . Good to know you found it helpful !! Thanks !!

Jacy ,

What would you suggest would do me an iota of good ?? Not being just like to know your opinion


Current Law Students / Re: Summer Prep
« on: June 08, 2008, 08:20:08 AM »
Jeff ,

Im not trying to be "that guy " in class . I was never the hand raising type and def not a know it all in High School or College , so I cant imagine that changing in law school . Im just trying to come in ahead of the game and maybe save myself a little bit of time while in school by prepping before it .

What year are you in school ? Did you prep before you went and did you find it didnt help you at all ?

Current Law Students / Re: Summer Prep
« on: June 07, 2008, 11:19:30 AM »
What ive been doing so far is just going through some E & E books on the first year subjects . They dont offer the Leews course until the middle of the semester in most places for some odd reason . I will def be doing leews...I think im going to just cough up the $150 or whatever it is and get the cds

Current Law Students / Summer Prep
« on: June 07, 2008, 08:19:02 AM »
Just from doing research on various websites and books I know there are 2 schools of thought on prepping before your 1L year ;
1. To go full steam ahead and prep
2. "Dont waste your time....enjoy your summer , its the last free time youll enjoy in a while ".

I made up my mind that I am going to prep for school and have been doing so for about a the very least it cant hurt to get a jump on things . If anyone else out there is working ahead , what books are you using ? Is there anything you found particularly useful or not useful ?

Red wings are still taking this thing no matter what . Last night was a fluke !!
Im def not a wings fan , but that is the way this thing is gonna go down . The Pens have a bright future though .

As for the Crosby question....he is sick , but imho , Malkin will turn out to be the better player . Kind of scary to think what will happen if they keep all those guys together

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