« on: July 18, 2011, 12:42:01 PM »
I thought I would renew this post from last year. If any Fall 2011 incoming students have questions, please let me know. I'll do my best to answer them.
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Another question is what are some of the cases we look at in Civ Pro, Torts, and Property?
I'm attending Widener Delaware Campus and I was wondering what the best method for taking notes is if you're not using a laptop. In undergrad I used folders, looseleafs, and spirial notebooks depending on the class. But are the classes handout heavy, note-taking heavy, or what. I've spoken to many lawyers all of whom give me vague answers and I was just hoping an actual Widener student could give me some note taking pointers on Torts, Civ Pro, Property, and Legal Methods.
Thanks in advance.
It is very nice of you to volunteer to answer questions for anxious incoming 1Ls.
I am starting law school this year at Widener (Harrisburg). I am coming in from the TAP program, so I have a slight idea of what law school will be like, but I am having money concerns. I drained every financial resource I had just to make it through the TAP program, and I made it, but now I am really worried about getting my loan money in time to buy books for this semester. I do not want to fall behind on reading in the first week!! Do you have an idea of about when the school issues money for the term?
If I ever give birth I'll make sure to let you know.
Has anyone heard of someone having a medical emergency(birth, stroke,ect.) during the test? Do they cancel it for everyone then due to the stress or how do they handle that?
Common sense right?
Last September I took the LSAT for the *ahem* third time . I studied for months, and a week before the day, I came down with the flu. Of course I thought I would be well by the time test day arrived. But,alas,still very sick. I'm sure you're all aware on how expensive the test is, so I went anyway. I was a mess through the whole thing. I ended up getting a 128. My lowest score.