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I had the same reaction when I used it first couple times, plus my roommate would just start laughing histericly when she heard all those "sound" effects

I will also trade reviews. PM me your statement and I will send mine.

Please, can someone take a look at my personal statement?
I really need help, English is not my native language and I live in the community where almost none speaks fluent English, so it is VERY hard for me to find readers/reviewers.
Guys, please, anyone! I would REALLY appreciate any reviews...

I wrote two slightly different versions of my personal statement (on the same topic though). Now I have hard time to decide which one is suited better for law school admission. Can someone give me some please take a look and give me some advice?
I also will give the feedback on your statement!

Just finished my personal statement, but have no clue how strong it is...
I have high GPA (3.95), I don't know my LSAT score yet, but expect it to be on the law side, since I could hardly break 160 on my diagnostics. So I want to stress my personal statement the most to outweigh law score.
Can someone please review it!
Also I can give my feedback for anyone who needs one.

I would love to trade feedbacks! This is my first time though, how do we send statements to each other for review?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Testmasters Tutoring?
« on: October 09, 2008, 03:58:09 PM »
I had couple LSAT tutors from Testmasters. It all depends on the individual tutor. My first tutor with whom I studied for a couple months was brilliant, he was not only in love with LSAT questions but he could also explain it very well and make everything very clear. Than he moved to another state and I had other 3 tutors form Testmasters, but I saw each of them only 1 or 2 times. They were very bright with all the LSAT staff, but they just couldn't deliver it in the way that would help me to understand and I didn't really get anything from that tutoring sessions.
Unfortunately Testmasters doesn't let you get one free introductory session with the tutor, so my advise is to buy one hour and meet with the tutor who is teaching in your area and see if you like the way he teaches or not.

Law School Admissions / Re: Pretty much in tears..
« on: October 07, 2008, 10:24:42 AM »
Wow, helps to hear I wasn't the only one who bombed the test on saturday because of stupid experimental LG section. I got stacked on the 3rd game and was not able to finish section on time, so when I started second section which was LR, I was so stressed and couldn't concentrate at all starring on the first question for about 5 minutes and having no clue what they are asking about. No need to say that I was not able to finish second section as well and by the time I came to the RC, I already had the feeling that the roof of the building just crashed on my head.
I am at the same position as well, I planed to take October test, do well on it, and with my high GPA and decent LSAT score to have good chances to get to the good school by the early decision deadline. I guess know it's out of question and I have no idea what my chances are going to be after retaking December LSAT to get to a good school and maybe get some scholarship money.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Testmasters--good/bad?
« on: October 06, 2008, 02:40:12 PM »
I took a course with Testmasters and it really helped me with the games and Logical Reasoning section. However, they don't spend much time on explaining how improve on Reading Comp. In each class we reviewed like 2-3 passages, every homework included about 12 passages, but they do not give any type of systematic approach on how to proceed with reading passages and answering questions. In this way i found RC Bible to be much more helpful. So if the Reading section is your only concern, just buy RC Bible and save yourself time and money.

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