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Reviews, Visits, and Rankings / Re: Cooley or Whittier?
« on: May 17, 2009, 09:30:49 PM »
hello allaboutlydia, I have to correct you due to the fact that you are wrong. You said below that Whittier does not accept students without a bachelors degree. You are wrong. Whittier does in fact accept students withouta  bachelors degree. Here is the link to the facts taken from whittier's website itself. http://www.law.whittier.edu/pstudents/admissions/admissions.html#special
Also, I am going to repost what you posted below. You said "Please research your facts before posting inaccurate information." There you go, maybe you should do your own research before you post inaccurate information.  ;)


I don't anything about Cooley but it's untrue that Whittier accepts students without degrees. You must have a degree and have taken the LSAT to apply and get accepted to Whittier.  There was no scandal involving dismissing most of the student body.  Please research your facts before posting inaccurate information.  Now for some facts:

1.  Whittier is the oldest fully accredited ABA law schools in Orange County
2.  More than 80% of Whittier Grads have passed the bar in 2008
3.  Whittier Grads have the highest starting salary of OC law schools
4.  Here's a list of firms that have hired Whittier graduates:


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Reviews, Visits, and Rankings / Cooley or Whittier?
« on: May 12, 2009, 08:21:39 PM »
Which law school is harder? Cooley or Whittier? I heard Cooley is a hard law school. I haven't heard anything about Wittier. They both accpet students without a bachelors degree. They are both ABA approved. They both require the LSAT. They are both $35,000.00 a year. So they are both pretty much the same except the professors. Which one is harder?

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Can anybody add to my list of ABA law schools which accept students without a bachelors degree?

MY LIST:

1. Cooley - Michigan
2. Whittier - California
3. La Verne - Ontario California

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Personal Statement / ABA Law school without bachelors degree?
« on: May 12, 2009, 05:41:14 PM »
Can anybody add to my list of ABA law schools which accept students without a bachelors degree?

MY LIST:

1. Cooley - Michigan
2. Whittier - California

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Good tips.  I also have some LSAT study tips that were written up.  PM me if you'd like a copy.

Can somebody please send me these lsat tips there are on ebook? Email me. Thank you.

You're asking someone who posted in this thread 4 years ago. Check the date stamps for these threads before needlessly reincarnating them.

Ok thanks, but what's wrong with posting to old four year old posts? People do still read old posts. After all, you read it :)
Maybe somebody has the ebook hanging around.

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It was initially discouraging to get a 145 on my diagnostic,
but after 3 months of self-studying, I was psyched out to get a 173.
Well it's been a while, and the LSAT is over for me.
If anyone is interested in any of the following materials,
please send me an email at: jolandii@gmail.com

1) Kaplan LSAT PrepCourse
2) LSAT Guessing Strategy - Regression Analysis - Increase raw score
by 3-9 points
3) LSAT Secrets Ebook - score above the 90th percentile -
(www.lsat-secrets.com/)
4) LSATs 7-48
5) LSATs explanation 1-40 by Kaplan
6) LSATs explanation 1-40 by Princeton
7) Logical Reasoning Bible (Powerscore)
8) Logic Games Bible (Powerscore)
9) Logic Games Ultimate Setup (Powerscore)
10) Nova RC
11) Logical Reasoning Odyssey (Testmasters)
12) All unreleased official LSATs: 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,17
13) Superprep by LSAC

How do you get unreleased LSAT's? And if they are unreleased, then does that mean they could be on the next LSAT?

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Good tips.  I also have some LSAT study tips that were written up.  PM me if you'd like a copy.

Can somebody please send me these lsat tips there are on ebook? Email me. Thank you.

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I want to take the June test too. Like many here I also need to work a lot of hours and feels boot camp style is perhaps the only way that can make my prep work. That said, I also wish secretly that there are some LSAT magic. There are few ebooks out there, Lsat secrets and the other one from acethelsat.com. However they are fairly expensive. Can those help? anybody have any luck with them?


I paid 150.00 for acethelsat and never received an ebook. All I got was online videos. Am I suppose to get an ebook too?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Introductory logic book
« on: April 24, 2009, 11:49:26 AM »
Unnecessary.

Why? Email me and tell me if you know a better way to study. Because I'm lost on the games section.

Because conditional reasoning is the only form of "logic" you will encounter on the LSAT. An introductory logic book will be completely superfluous for your purposes (i.e. to perform well on the LSAT).

I thought maybe you knew something like how to look for clue words to find the correct answers or such as words EXACTLY, NEVER, NONE are ALWAYS wrong.

The best way to study?

For one, don't buy an introductory logic book. Next, buy books that will, infact, introduce you to the limit type of logic that will be included on the LSAT. In short, go buy LSAT books and study with those.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Introductory logic book
« on: April 23, 2009, 11:12:24 PM »
Unnecessary.

Why? Email me and tell me if you know a better way to study. Because I'm lost on the games section.

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