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Studying for the LSAT / Re: PT 38: SECTION 4 # 16
« on: December 01, 2008, 01:30:14 PM »
I am not sure your allowed to post the Q, but anyway this is what I came up with to get the CR.

"People who", make that an "IF" statement(the sufficient condition). there are a few in there so diagram them out.

that should help you recognize how to combine the conditional reasoning which has the missing link in the Q.

the conclusion is  ppl who trust---------------------------------------------------> view as a challenge.

and then the other statements fit in there nicely when you come up with those that trust--> do not distrust (CR)...for me at least--thats how i worked it out

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Feb. 2000 LG #4
« on: December 01, 2008, 12:36:13 PM »
prep test #30 12/1999, #31 6/2000...was there a Feb 2000 test, and if so was it released?

do you think if you get your box filled first you will have a better chance than most to graduate cum laude...if you know what i mean...?

I think the Ivey guide is a good start, however I think its missing a lot of information(purposefully) to lead to pick up a coach.  If you look on the web you can find a lot of programs offering admissions help.  Your best bet is to call up a few programs and see exactly what their experience is: how long they've been providing admissions help, what their credentials are( did they work in an admissions department, did move from teaching the LSAT to providing admissions help). 

I am without a doubt sure that Anne Ivey can provide reliable guidance help, but there is the cost factor, and with that she was the dean of U of C.  If you are considering top tiered schools, look for someone with expeirence/knowledge of top tier schools.  If not, find a coach who can provide you with the most information for what circumstances you are in.  LoyolaUC and U of C will be looking at different factors SO...yes a coach is the right move if you considering it, but find the right one that fits you.  A Porsche 911 is a great car and handles very well, but you maybe be better suited driving a Nissan Pathfinder if you live in CO--find a coach that meets your needs

Studying for the LSAT / Stories from the 9/4 exam?
« on: October 04, 2008, 12:14:51 PM »
any one have any good stories funny/horror(pref both)--any dismissals/reprimands

or you can just post something you learned after taking it(ie. studying tactics yielded/didnt expected results)

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