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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: CLS 1L taking questions
« on: October 05, 2006, 09:49:26 PM »
Hi I really want to go to Columbia if I don't get into Harvard or Yale or Stanford or Chicago.  I just graduated high school early and am a freshman at an Ivy League school (I can't say which one) and I was wondering if you know if Columbia accepts people who are only 19 when they enter although this is assuming that I graduate college in three years which I am sure that I will be able to do so if you know anything about Columbia's admission policy for mature late teenage entrants or if you know anyone in your first year class that is 18 or 19 or even as old as 20 will you please let me know because I am really nervous that after I graduate in three years I would only be 19 when I start law school so I was thinking that maybe some of the top law schools would not accept me even if I got a 180 and had a 4.0 because I would be too young and that they would think that I wasn't mature enough to go to law school.  My mom lives in New York so do you think that this would make a difference in my admission to Columbia if I could tell them that she would be around to help me clean and cook and do laundry so that they would not worry that I would be too young to take care of myself because it would be okay because I would have my mom to help me?


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What should I say?

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Law School Admissions / Re: Worst Admissions Staff in T14
« on: May 30, 2006, 01:37:54 PM »
I'm going to write this entire list down and make a chart of how it changes with each passing month and then show it to my math teacher to see what he thinks about the worst admissions offices of law schools and then ask him how much difference it will make when applying to law school whether or not the people in the admissions offices are rude or nice and then save the list until after I graduate college and then come back on this website and post the old list again but also put up a new question like this one and see how much things have changed over the years so we can see if the law schools that were mean learned their lessons.

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Site Suggestions and Announcements / Re: Disregard
« on: May 28, 2006, 09:53:20 PM »
Thank you so much.  I feel better now after sleeping last night.  You are going to apply next year to law school?  What undergrad do you go to?  What is your major?  Did you take a testmasters course yet?  I am really nervous about going to Harvard next fall.  What if I should have gone to Yale and then I don't get into Yale law school because I picked the wrong undergrad?  What should I do?

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Site Suggestions and Announcements / Re: Disregard
« on: May 28, 2006, 03:26:40 AM »
I'm so sorry.  I had a bad weekend, too.  It was my graduation weekend and I finally got up the nerve to talk to this girl that I have liked since second grade, but she laughed at me.

>:(

Stupid girl. 

:-*

Yeah.  I really liked her, too.  And I was going to ask her out to the movies and I had even got my dad to agree to drive us and it would have been really fun.  She's so pretty.  She looks like Hilary Duff.  I really wish she would just give me a chance.  I know I'm young but I'm really mature for my age.

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Site Suggestions and Announcements / Re: Disregard
« on: May 28, 2006, 02:49:19 AM »
She said, "Los chupacabras comen los cusucitos?"

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Help Me Please
« on: May 28, 2006, 02:46:50 AM »
How old do you have to be to sign up for Testmasters?

I have no idea. I assume you would have to be at least 18 to sign the contract. Contact the office to get the complete story.

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Are you allowed to sign up more than once (how many times)?

Lots of people in my class have taken it before. Is there a maximum number allowed? I dunno, but I'm sure they'd be quite happy to take your money over and over and over again!  (Robin's a nice guy, but he's not stupid.)  Why you'd want to do something like that is beyond me, though. Once or twice should be more than enough, but to each his own.

I know there's a fee discount for repeating the course, but I'd bet there are limits to how many times that would apply (don't bet on a discount applying multiple times). Again, you'd best check with the office for that kind of information.


Liz

Well, I won't be 18 for a couple of years, but I was hoping to take it a couple of times a year every year that I am in college in order to properly prepare for the LSAT.

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Site Suggestions and Announcements / Re: Disregard
« on: May 28, 2006, 02:44:47 AM »
This has officially been the worst weekend ever.

I'm so sorry.  I had a bad weekend, too.  It was my graduation weekend and I finally got up the nerve to talk to this girl that I have liked since second grade, but she laughed at me.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Help Me Please
« on: May 27, 2006, 11:26:56 PM »
How old do you have to be to sign up for Testmasters?  Are you allowed to sign up more than once (how many times)?

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Congratulations.

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