So nobody knows the answer either?
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« on: November 29, 2008, 07:50:13 PM »
Is there an easy way to figure out what diagram we should use to draw for the games section? For example. Should we use connect the lines or the T model or the lines next to each other vertical or horizonal? How are we suppose to know this?
another shill - most of his posts mention this Ace company.
I'm not a shill. I'm a person. Either you have it or you don't. I hope you are not planning on becoming a lawyer because you not good at coming to conclusions. With your logical reasoning skills, I don't think you will score very high on the LSAT anyways. I'm not a shill.
« on: November 28, 2008, 11:55:33 PM »
Would you like to trade your ACE testprep for my LSAT review DVD or my LSAT flexprep DVD? Let me know if you are interested. It would be an even trade, no money. Here is the link to LSAT review dvd http://www.videoaidedinstruction.com/2023.html
And the flexprep link is here.
I'm also looking for LEEWS.
Get my email out of my profile. Email me and if you have these LSAT DVD's or any other ones.
What are the chances of someone with a G.E.D getting into a decent law school?
Prisoners do it every day. So you can do it too.