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Oh Canada! / Canadian going to American Law School
« on: October 03, 2010, 04:40:11 PM »
Good afternoon everyone,

I am posting on here hoping that someone can answer my question.

I am Canadian marrying an American citizen and moving down to Chicago on a fiance K1 Visa and the applying for permament residency which allow me to study and work down in the states. My question is will law schools permit someone in my situation to go to their school P/T (i.e. Loyola, Kent, etc)

Thanks
Richard

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Law School Applications / Canadian going to American Law School
« on: October 03, 2010, 04:38:16 PM »
Good afternoon everyone,

I am posting on here hoping that someone can answer my question.

I am Canadian student marrying an American citizen and moving down to Chicago on a fiance K1 Visa and the applying for permament residency which allow me to study and work down in the states. My question is will law schools permit someone in my situation to go to their school P/T (i.e. Loyola, Kent, etc)

Thanks
Richard

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I worked full time while studying for the LSAT...I practiced at night and on the weekend; my second time around I took a weekend class and did the homework after work during the week.  Just keep at it and balance your time and make sure to get in enough sleep and fun time :)

Thanks Blueskies.

I am pretty much use to doing studying after work, that is how I completed my undergrad worked during the day and took classes at night. Sometimes it would've been great to attend University on a normal schedule, but what are you going to do.


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Hello everyone,

I thought it would be important to find out what advice is out for those who are full-time working LSAT takers. Most of the time we here about how those planning to take the LSAT should study 8 hours a day 6 days a week or a slight variation of that. However, for those working full-time jobs or have other full-time duties such as a family, it is unrealistic to take that prescription.

I am 32 working full-time and taking the LSAT a second time, but this time around enrolled into an on-line study program, which seems to be great.

If anyone has any advice what they think I would appreciate that.

Thanks
CanuckofChicago

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