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Just hang in there, you can do it.  I'm a single mom of a 4 year old and a 2 year old.  I just took the test in December and thought I did pretty well.  I studied whenever I could, which was about 30 minutes a day.  I highly recommend investing in a few DVD's for your child.  The only book I bought was the 10 practice LSAT tests.  I just worked through problems as I could, I got through a little more than 4 tests total (question by question when I had time).  I actually thought the LR and RC sections were fairly easy because I could concentrate and didn't have the distractions.  I'm sure you'll do fine if you just take advantage of the time you do have.

Those are all great ideas.  I'd also add that you could look at the professor bio's online if they are available to see what type of background and concentrations they have.

Sure I'll read it for you.  PM it over.  I would never attach someone's whole theme for thier PS, that's not my judgement call to make, but I do have a lot of technical writing background.

sure, PM it to me

no problem, PM it over

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sure PM it over and I'll give you my thoughts

sure, PM it over and I'll look at it for you!

Law School Admissions / Re: Audit or Not-What do AdComms Think??
« on: September 13, 2006, 10:53:28 AM »
Is it possible to register for the class, try it for 2-3 weeks, then decide?  Most of the universities I know will let you drop a class, or change status (from enrolled to auditing) within the first month of class or so with no effect on your transcript.

Law School Admissions / Re: Addendum for LSAT?
« on: September 13, 2006, 10:49:17 AM »
Like, what is there to explain about an F, I'm sure admissions has heard every excuse in the book for 1 lousy grade.  And why would a misdemeanor public intox charge show up anywhere in your application or apply to anything related to law school.  I could see if you were convicted of a felony, but not public intox.

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