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Law School Applications / Re: Part Time v. Full Time
« on: October 23, 2008, 12:28:28 PM »
So is it possible to apply to both the part-time program and full-time programs all in one year/application?

Do schools ask for verification of ability to pay for school?  For instance if I go to an out of state, state school so I have to show that I can make up the difference that I can't get through FAFSA?

And how is out of state status determined?  If I have a relative in a state, can I just use their addy?  Aren't I technically living in that area once I move anyway!?

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Law School Applications / Part Time v. Full Time
« on: October 23, 2008, 09:03:52 AM »
I've heard that alot of schools accept more students or have more relaxed admissions standards for students who apply to a school's part-time program.  But when you apply, is there a box or something to check both part-time or full-time.  I would prefer full-time but if my LSAT isn't strong (and my current GPA is a 3.58) I realize I may have better chances getting in under a part-time program.  Any ideas?

Also, and maybe I should be posting this elsewhere, how much does FAFSA cover for law school?  What is the max amount one can borrow under a federal loan?  I am a sophmore in my undergrad and am saving like crazy.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Terrified of the LSAT
« on: October 02, 2008, 08:14:06 AM »
I'll be in Tdot for Nuit Blanche actually.  I haven't seen my girl in aboot a month though, so I'll probably be holed up with her somewhere for most of the night.  We'll party another weekend I come up.

No worries. I'm going to Nuit Blanche with my crowd also. We'll probably be in yorkville first though.

Next time for sure.

Hey Thales, I like your tar. I got to drive an R8 last weekend when I was at the dealer to get some stuff done to my car. OMG that car is badass (and sounds incredable) they had to detail the interior to get rid of my drool stains.

Nice. You'd like my car then ;).

The Audi R8 is nice, I've been seeing more of them around the city. it's features remind me of the Lamborghini Gallardo. Audi's A series isn't bad, like a cheap alternative to a BMW. Performance and luxury.

As far as sports cars are concerned though, I'm more of a Ferrari fan. Once you see that Enzo, there's no turning back.

As an italian gal, I am of course partial to ferrari, lambo is nice, but the lines of the ferrari, and yes, def the Enzo are just amazing.  And the exhaust and roar of the engine gives me butterflies!

So do you have C-5?

I drive a Honda Civic baby!! Yeah!!

Hehe, just kidding. I drive a measly BMW 650i. Not quite the R8 level just yet.
Still nice! Gotta love a car with balls and luxury that will warm them up on a winter day! (heated seats)

I have a miata which I drive in autocross events in my local region SCCA, used to drag race it with a 75 shot of nos, but that became costly from all the damage.  My daily driver is a lincoln ls.

You sound like a really, really cool girl.

Aw thank you! My b-day was yesterday, I turned 24, so I feel like I need to get it in gear and take my life seriously, not that I haven't been, but I am very goal oriented, and while I think thus far my life has been pretty blessed, I guess I just have had the "what do you want to be when you grow up?" talk with myself, and since professional racecar driver is probably out, I better pursue my other passion which is law.  I do race with the sports car club of america in our local South Bend, IN chapter.  I am currently winning my class (I entered in the men's class this year) and am 2nd in the ladies division . . .but that is just a hobby. ;)

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Terrified of the LSAT
« on: October 01, 2008, 02:39:58 PM »
Yea, I definitely disagree about the styling.  The 911 is the epitome of sexy.  Those whale-tails were most certainly disgusting though.

Think about how sexy the m6 or the SL roadsters are though.  Granted, ze Germans neglect the uber-high-end (except the SLR mcLaren and the R8), but they really kill at all other levels.  Those Italian cars are made for fat guys anyway. 

Why would italian cars be made for fat guys? I haven't seen very many big italian men.  All under 5'5 and 130 lbs soaking wet!

Well, first of all, I did not mean to pick on Italians.  I really just meant it as a joke.  Most middle-aged guys (guys that can afford Italian super cars) tend to carry a bit of the ol' Tom Arnold around the waist.  Germans are much fatter than Italians on the whole anyway.

But going back to something you said...really?  You've not seen many big Italians?  I find that hard to believe...

LOL, no worries, I know you were just making a joke.  Most of my fam is quite slim, no big "cousin vinnies".

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Terrified of the LSAT
« on: October 01, 2008, 01:41:06 PM »
Yea, I definitely disagree about the styling.  The 911 is the epitome of sexy.  Those whale-tails were most certainly disgusting though.

Think about how sexy the m6 or the SL roadsters are though.  Granted, ze Germans neglect the uber-high-end (except the SLR mcLaren and the R8), but they really kill at all other levels.  Those Italian cars are made for fat guys anyway. 

Why would italian cars be made for fat guys? I haven't seen very many big italian men.  All under 5'5 and 130 lbs soaking wet!

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Terrified of the LSAT
« on: October 01, 2008, 11:24:30 AM »
I'll be in Tdot for Nuit Blanche actually.  I haven't seen my girl in aboot a month though, so I'll probably be holed up with her somewhere for most of the night.  We'll party another weekend I come up.

No worries. I'm going to Nuit Blanche with my crowd also. We'll probably be in yorkville first though.

Next time for sure.

Hey Thales, I like your tar. I got to drive an R8 last weekend when I was at the dealer to get some stuff done to my car. OMG that car is badass (and sounds incredable) they had to detail the interior to get rid of my drool stains.

Nice. You'd like my car then ;).

The Audi R8 is nice, I've been seeing more of them around the city. it's features remind me of the Lamborghini Gallardo. Audi's A series isn't bad, like a cheap alternative to a BMW. Performance and luxury.

As far as sports cars are concerned though, I'm more of a Ferrari fan. Once you see that Enzo, there's no turning back.

As an italian gal, I am of course partial to ferrari, lambo is nice, but the lines of the ferrari, and yes, def the Enzo are just amazing.  And the exhaust and roar of the engine gives me butterflies!

So do you have C-5?

I drive a Honda Civic baby!! Yeah!!

Hehe, just kidding. I drive a measly BMW 650i. Not quite the R8 level just yet.
Still nice! Gotta love a car with balls and luxury that will warm them up on a winter day! (heated seats)

I have a miata which I drive in autocross events in my local region SCCA, used to drag race it with a 75 shot of nos, but that became costly from all the damage.  My daily driver is a lincoln ls.

lol.... miata...

I don't know if you're serious. But the Mazda MX-5 is a great car.

Yes, I am seroius, you'd have to see it to believe it. Ever hear of a monster miata? Google it. I own one and did the work myself.  Yes I am a female grease monkey, but just don't tell the other girls at my firm about it!

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Terrified of the LSAT
« on: October 01, 2008, 11:20:30 AM »
I'll be in Tdot for Nuit Blanche actually.  I haven't seen my girl in aboot a month though, so I'll probably be holed up with her somewhere for most of the night.  We'll party another weekend I come up.

No worries. I'm going to Nuit Blanche with my crowd also. We'll probably be in yorkville first though.

Next time for sure.

Hey Thales, I like your tar. I got to drive an R8 last weekend when I was at the dealer to get some stuff done to my car. OMG that car is badass (and sounds incredable) they had to detail the interior to get rid of my drool stains.

Nice. You'd like my car then ;).

The Audi R8 is nice, I've been seeing more of them around the city. it's features remind me of the Lamborghini Gallardo. Audi's A series isn't bad, like a cheap alternative to a BMW. Performance and luxury.

As far as sports cars are concerned though, I'm more of a Ferrari fan. Once you see that Enzo, there's no turning back.

As an italian gal, I am of course partial to ferrari, lambo is nice, but the lines of the ferrari, and yes, def the Enzo are just amazing.  And the exhaust and roar of the engine gives me butterflies!

So do you have C-5?

I drive a Honda Civic baby!! Yeah!!

Hehe, just kidding. I drive a measly BMW 650i. Not quite the R8 level just yet.
Still nice! Gotta love a car with balls and luxury that will warm them up on a winter day! (heated seats)

I have a miata which I drive in autocross events in my local region SCCA, used to drag race it with a 75 shot of nos, but that became costly from all the damage.  My daily driver is a lincoln ls.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Terrified of the LSAT
« on: October 01, 2008, 11:13:06 AM »
I'll be in Tdot for Nuit Blanche actually.  I haven't seen my girl in aboot a month though, so I'll probably be holed up with her somewhere for most of the night.  We'll party another weekend I come up.

No worries. I'm going to Nuit Blanche with my crowd also. We'll probably be in yorkville first though.

Next time for sure.

Hey Thales, I like your tar. I got to drive an R8 last weekend when I was at the dealer to get some stuff done to my car. OMG that car is badass (and sounds incredable) they had to detail the interior to get rid of my drool stains.

Nice. You'd like my car then ;).

The Audi R8 is nice, I've been seeing more of them around the city. it's features remind me of the Lamborghini Gallardo. Audi's A series isn't bad, like a cheap alternative to a BMW. Performance and luxury.

As far as sports cars are concerned though, I'm more of a Ferrari fan. Once you see that Enzo, there's no turning back.

As an italian gal, I am of course partial to ferrari, lambo is nice, but the lines of the ferrari, and yes, def the Enzo are just amazing.  And the exhaust and roar of the engine gives me butterflies!

So do you have C-5?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Terrified of the LSAT
« on: October 01, 2008, 11:05:27 AM »
I'll be in Tdot for Nuit Blanche actually.  I haven't seen my girl in aboot a month though, so I'll probably be holed up with her somewhere for most of the night.  We'll party another weekend I come up.

No worries. I'm going to Nuit Blanche with my crowd also. We'll probably be in yorkville first though.

Next time for sure.

Hey Thales, I like your tar. I got to drive an R8 last weekend when I was at the dealer to get some stuff done to my car. OMG that car is badass (and sounds incredable) they had to detail the interior to get rid of my drool stains.

OMG I am so jealous! I love how Audi is moving more toward a concept car design.  I saw it at one of the premieres at the chicago auto show.  Along with the new vet, which is nice, but very predictable. Plus, I agree with most, that it lost its sexiness when it went for a more viper-like appearance. 

I dated a guy that has a C-5, that thing rocked, so In love . . .with the car that is.

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General Board / Re: Character & Fitness
« on: September 30, 2008, 02:46:04 PM »
I'm sorry to bring up such an old thread, but wanted to ask . . . I've had 6 tickets, all for speeding, 3 of them were 30+  over the speed limit which I believe is considered reckless driving.  I had to take a defensive driving course but never lost my license.  I do not remember if the fines were over $200 or not.  Is this a concern?  I haven't even applied for schools yet.

Thanks!

I would just go ahead and put it into a brief addendum to the schools you are applying to. It will make you quit worrying and it wont come back to haunt you for not "coming clean". It will not hurt you chances during the application cycle.

Good point, will do!

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