Anybody else decide that they actually WANT to be in Newark for the next 3 years?! I'm excited.
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Thanks so much for doing this- I couldn't find your last thread but, i'm gonna try and find it. I have a few questions:
How does BLS compare to Cardozo/Fordham/RU-newark/Seton Hall in placing in jobs in the city?
Did you ever find BLS to be over crowded? A 1L friend of mine says that her ConLaw class doesn't have enough seats for the students...that scares me?
Where did you live when you went there?
Thanks a lot, and I'm sorry If you answered these questions before.
If I ask for LOR's now and they get sent to the LSDAS, when do I need to have started my applications? Does the LSDAS save my letters and then I can chose which LOR to send to what school later? or do I have to start all of my applications before I ask for letters?
thanks for all the help!
Studying for the LSAT / Re: If you took a prep course, how did you score on the various diagnostics?« on: May 01, 2008, 11:14:39 AM »
I took a self proctored test and got a 157 before even starting my Kaplan class. On the first diagnostic I got 157 and the next test I took I got a 158. I'm normally very good at standardized test taking and hope to bring that score up significantly.
Prep Test 1- 158
Hey guys, I just started the Law School application process. I'm looking to apply this coming fall/winter for Fall 09 enrollment. Here's what I've done:
Registered for the LSAT and the LSDAS.
Enrolled in a Kaplan Class... class 2 tonight.
Sent in my transcript request to my undergrad registrar.
I wanted to ask for some suggestions about when I should ask for letters of recommendation and start working on my personal statement and other general application problems.
Thanks for any help!