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Thanks for taking time to reply Heartbreaker.

I'll just work on other things until it's back up again.

Law School Admissions / How Long Will Site Be Down - 10-12-08?
« on: October 12, 2008, 11:15:10 AM »
Hi Everyone,

Do any of you know how long the LSAC site will be offline and unavailable today?

I was bumped off it while doing things, and then I remembered that I saw something about the site being down today.  Unfortunately I did not read the fine print, so I'm not sure how long it'll be unavailable.


Law School Admissions / Re: Law School Admission Expert
« on: September 01, 2008, 02:54:55 PM »
I really appreciate the information and I wish you all the very best as you apply this year.

Thanks for the insight.  I really appreciate it because it's helpful info.

Good luck!

Law School Admissions / Re: Law School Admission Expert
« on: September 01, 2008, 12:07:11 PM »
I recommend Essay Edge. I was beyond happy with the work they did for me after I worked with Ann, and they did it for $350 less than I paid her.

I'm not on here much so I don't know anything about you or where you are in the application process. 

I'm curious about what made you scratch what you'd done with Ann Levine and start all over again with Essay Edge.  In other words, how did you know that you could do better?  Have you applied to schools yet?  Are you in now?  Did you apply more than once?

I am curious because I'm new to this and I'm wondering how you (or others) determined that you could do better with another company.


Law School Admissions / Re: Law School Admission Expert
« on: September 01, 2008, 08:09:26 AM »
Keep your cash for your applications.

Wrong answer. 

I posed this question back in May on this forum (Should I Hire Ann Levine?) and I despite receiving a bunch of sarcastic replies (from people who had no experience with her) I hired her.

She's wonderful.  Ann Levine rocks.  She's responsive, direct, focused, experienced, thoughtful, professional, efficient, and very helpful. 

I highly recommend her.

I'm an older student who's applying to law school this year.  I am currently preparing to slaughter the October LSAT and tackle a few applications this summer and now I'm wondering if I should hire a professional admissions consultant to advise me or not hire one at all?

I think I'll have a small number of applications -- between 3 and 5 -- but I really want to get in this year so I'm willing to hire help, if necessary.

Did or does anyone here use an admissions consultant and, if so, which one?  Did anyone notice a difference between a paid admissions consultant and the pre-law advisor in a typical undergraduate institution?  To hire or not to hire, that is the question.  Or is it a waste of money?

Thanks for your thoughts.

Jeffort and Earl Cat, thank you so much for all your help and encouragement.  YOU GUYS ROCK.

I appreciate you guys so much and I look forward to changing the way I think (if necessary, but not if unnecessary -- hah, hah, hah).

Hey, NeedHelp!, you couldn't have done any worse than I did.  I really bombed it but my GPA was very high, so I know it's not that I'm a dope.

I just need to prep correctly, and Princeton Review didn't help a bit.  I studied for weeks and my LSAT score was identical to my Diagnostic Score.

I definitely have to improve.

I'm in the same boat.  I really need to improve my score.  The Princeton Review classes (in person and online) did nothing for me.

I plan on connecting with Jeffort the LSAT KING on this. 

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