Got books, all used, no highlighting. I'm feeling a little better. Now to investigate "One Note"...worth it?
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Thanks for this helpful tidbit which includes my favorite word. And as an update, I've found a way around purchasing a new laptop ==> money in pocket towards new furniture ::does the soldia boi::
gotta get my apartment
Can't exactly do any of this ish from work (besides order the laptop, hence my previous question). But thanks for the link and your attempt at a helpful response.
EDIT: do you have any study aid preferences (by course)?
Does a macbook come with a friggin sleeve? I can't seem to find this basic info anywhere on their website
Does anyone remember which BLSD thread had the study aide recs? I forgot to tag :-(
::Preparation anxiety sets in::
Still need to:
Sell my car
Buy another (cheaper) car
Order new laptop
Register kids for school
Dental & Drs. appointments
Find new nanny
Trial run new morning commute
....Only 2 weeks left
Anyone else feeling unprepared?
« on: July 31, 2007, 03:33:26 PM »
New York requires one of the higher passing scores - 85 and it doesn't matter if you took Professional Responsibility in law school.
After waiving in (like most do), there is a mandatory ethics course that must be completed.
« on: July 28, 2007, 07:04:42 PM »
Yay! The Alli pills are easy to swallow. I'm going to buy some today!
"More than just a pill, the Alli program involves a reduced-calorie, low-fat diet, regular walking and toning exercises, and behavioral changes."
I haven't read up on the efficacy of the Alli pills, but wouldn't bolded lead to weight loss without them?
EDIT: "If you take Alli and follow a sensible low-fat diet and exercise, you will lose 50% more weight than you would with diet and exercise alone. Instead of losing 10 pounds, a person who takes Alli will lose 15 pounds."
« on: July 28, 2007, 11:39:06 AM »
if you are in law school already, do you have time for them?
I used to paint, long ago when I had "free time." I also like to run. I haven't finished a painting in 4 years and don't expect to find the time to paint while in LS but I do plan to go for a run at least 3 days a week.