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When I took my first diagnostic test I scored a 141. After taking a Princeton Review course and studying my ass off for 3 and a half months I got a 160, not a harvard score, but a decent score. If you start now, and study every practice test to the point that you remember the questions, you should do just fine. STUDY, STUDY, STUDY and you will be fine. It is all about understanding the test, if you start to understand how the questions work, the rest of the test becomes easier. Oh, and learn how to manage your time.

I also wanted to say that the princeton review books and other lsat prep books are not the same. They sometimes may give you contradictory advice, if you read both.

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Wait List / Re: UNC Waitlist
« on: May 14, 2008, 03:04:26 AM »
Hey guys, add one more to the wait list. So I was checking out the stats and if the entering class is 269 and 75 percent of those accepted are from in state, and 75 percent of those that applied are from out of state, that means that several thousand are competing for something like 65 spots. So I am guessing that they have a pretty good number they can put on the wait list. I tried to get the lady in admissions to tell me how many where on the list, but she would not budge. Anyway, good luck to both of you...

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I have been accepted into Case Western with a 13,000 dollar scholarship and a promise of a research assistant position with Michael Scharf, the director of the International Law Program. He told me over the phone that he has only 5-10 research assistants from the entire school, and that I could be writing chapters and even co-authoring articles with him by my 3rd year. On the other hand, I have been accepted into schools that have a better location, and better prospects at making money- with increased debt of course. What should I do? I am hesitant...

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I have been accepted into Case Western with a 13,000 dollar scholarship and a promise of a research assistant position with Michael Scharf, the director of the International Law Program. He told me over the phone that he has only 5-10 research assistants from the entire school, and that I could be writing chapters and even co-authoring articles with him by my 3rd year. On the other hand, I have been accepted into schools that have a better location, and better prospects at making money- with increased debt of course. What should I do? I am hesitant...

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