get your applications, ready, study HARD, and of course focus on not getting so nervous (I know that screwed me up)
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no way, the experimental WAS IN the first 3 sections and I know this because my experimental had a repeat problem from a previous test the one about some brain fracture in Mozart's brain and it had a double your pleasure. LSAT did not change nothing...still the same pain in the butt as before. I too found the novelist pretty difficult I think I missed at least two on just that one
Drop the second major if you're sure you want to do law. GPA and LSAT are 90% of the process. Everything else is marginal at best (unless you're URM, in which case numbers don't really matter).
that is such bull...I don't know where you are getting this crap from, numbers do matter for everyone, thats what law schools' admission are all about. I don't think its fair that some with a 3.9 and a 150(something) should get rejected at a top school but another person with a 2.7(or something) with a 170 gets accepted. Look the whole acceptance process is flawed for everyone one, but its the best they can do. this is beyond the scope of the OP question but poo like this pisses me off...you need to understand before you make an opinion. Also maybe you should take a look at the statistical breakdown of LSAT score by race and gender, it might enlighten you.
« on: April 28, 2009, 03:43:28 PM »
Well, I half agree with what everyone has said:
I think testmasters helped me, I don't think it's crap or useless, as that one person said. However, I still don't understand why Testmasters has hang-ups about selling the books. For one, the books make no sense by themselves, you need someone (like a tutor) to explain the context. Selling the books is basically like selling LSAT questions, which many people do already when they sell the Preptest or powerscore books. But if been strict about it, makes TM sleep well at night, then whatever.
Also, as someone who has the Powerscore books and have taken the TM course, newsflash, THEY ARE PRETTY MUCH THE SAME. The testmasters tips and strategies are really not that unique, although I will attest--it works.
Also, I really don't think banning that person was proper, s/he just spoke his/her mind, that just seems like an abuse of power on Earl's part. Many threads get resurrected, for good or bad, its a law forum.
« on: March 28, 2009, 05:47:44 PM »
U of Virginia
William and Lee
Ohio is actually one of my top choice, but I can never picture myself living in Ohio, their programs and dual degrees are pretty awesome. Maybe with the right money I might change my mind. Thanks!
i'm retaking the LSAT in June and live in Los Angeles, I'll be down to studying with you, actually my friend and I will be studying together. I took the TM course as well and have the powerscore book. PM me you are in the Los Angeles area