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I can give you my books that have almost every single lsat known to man. i have all of the "Actual LSAT" books from LSAC ANDDDD I have my Supplment book from full length Powerscore that has every LSAT since '95 lol.

I also have June 2008 and October 2008!!

Ill mail you all the books with the latest two LSATs for just $225 shipped. That's a HECK of a deal considering Prep Tests are the meat and potatoes of studying.

Let me know and I might even include Powerscore Ultimate Setups Guide for FREE.

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Good enough for SMU part time?
« on: November 17, 2008, 12:42:12 PM »
in general, are there any glaring disadvantages to applying PT? does SMU still allow you opportunities for summer internships and law review?

No disadvantages. They absolutely allow PT students just as many opportunities for summer internships and law review.

Thank you so much for your reply Holden. That's great to know! Do you know if this is the norm for schools or do they really approach it differently in terms of the disadvantages of doing PT?

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Good enough for SMU part time?
« on: November 16, 2008, 01:55:08 PM »
in general, are there any glaring disadvantages to applying PT? does SMU still allow you opportunities for summer internships and law review?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Friendly competition wanted
« on: November 09, 2008, 07:08:47 PM »
one slight problem.. i consistently score over 180.

/gameover. :-*

You can only win one of the prizes...

wow, you're right i must have overlooked that other awesome prize. i'll have to drop my score to a massive level and bring it back up to above a 180 shortly after. thanks for the headsup Earl.  ;)

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Dolemite whether 4 weeks is enough time for prep is a relative question because it depends on you and what you can handle (as well as where you are right now). Try and take a prep test soon and see where you are scoring. In all likelihood you'll have the fundamentals still down pretty well and you can focus on a few areas to raise that score up 3-6 points.

And yes even if you send everything in schools wont let you "go complete" once the entire package is ready (meaning LSAT scores have to be in). They typically wont look at anything until youre complete. Part of the reason your cycle went bad last year was because of when you applied. Remember these schools, even TTU, use a rolling admissions system so the reg. decision deadline is the absolute latest you want to apply.

good luck man!

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honestly, it sounds like you've answered your own questions- you know you applied late so apply earlier this time. you know you dont want to go to STCL unless you were in Houston for UH, you know that you could take the LSAT to raise your LSAT score again if you studied some more, you know that UT wont be possible unless you do the aforementioned, you know that SMU is expensive but should also know that it places extremely well in Dallas, and you know you never even applied to the other schools you listed so you'll never know unless you try.

i would also consider part-time programs. why not go PT? you get to have less hours, possibly still work, and spend time with your family.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Friendly competition wanted
« on: November 08, 2008, 11:13:25 PM »
one slight problem.. i consistently score over 180.

/gameover. :-*

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Heartbreaker
Blueskies
Earlcat


These three really do care about helping others and invest their time to give thoughtful advice. I love you guys!

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: October 2005 Logic Games #2
« on: November 08, 2008, 01:30:28 PM »
Other than the "load of the circuit" clue, this game works exactly like the birds-in-the-forest game.

+1 it's a pretty standard grouping game. even reminds me of one of the 1997 games with the seven friends or something (Umiko, Y, W, Z, T, S, R,) sick how I know that lol.

Yeah, the photograph game..  same thing again.

And don't forget the fruit stand game with the figs, kiwi, watermelon, tangerines, etc. One of my all-time favorites.

heck yeah i love that game!

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Baylor Law School
« on: November 08, 2008, 01:21:43 AM »
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Places behind SMU, UH, UT, and often TT/ST.

I disagree that it places behind South Texas, but certainly behind SMU/UH/UT. Waco is where the fun goes to die. Seriously- don't ever commit to the school without spending some time there.

This year is looking particularly bad for Baylor.


what do u mean?

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