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Law School Admissions / Re: To Super Senior or not to Super Senior
« on: May 10, 2010, 09:46:33 PM »
Yea you should if you have opportunity take some B.S. classes to get free A's and then you can get some good scholarship money as well.

Those 8 free A's below I got every year for playing basketball that is literally off my transcripts and I got massive scholarship money, while my one friend in law took molecular biology and got a 2.9 and gets no scholarship money. It is a complete and utter joke, but schools have to satisfy the U.S. Rankings (which is another joke) but play the game take Frisbee Golf, weightlifting, etc and stack your transcripts full of B.S. A's.  It is almost a 100% numbers game I am sure "softs" matter a little, but if you are still in college stack your transcripts. Had I known I was going to law school I would have had my coach keep me on the roster and just stack these free A's my last year of college and gotten more scholarship money.

THEORY OF BASKETBALL    1.00    A         
VARSITY CONDITIONING    1.00    A            
THEORY OF BASKETBALL    1.00    A         
MEN VARSITY BASKETBALL    1.00    A            
Men's Varsity Basketball    1.00    A         
CIRCUIT WEIGHT TRAINING    1.00    A         
PEAC 4    BASKETBALL BIA *V*    1.00    A

As a sidenote with these free A's half the team could not keep a 2.0 baffling right???

Okay so off topic but, OMG Biggs If I had a dime for everytime you found a reason to bring up sports in your posts, I'd probably be able to pay for my entire legal education out of pocket! Sheesh!  :D

General Off-Topic Board / Curious Question about Obama's Nominee
« on: May 10, 2010, 08:13:04 AM »
So from my understanding, Kagan"s (new supreme court nominee) current position is that of U.S. Solicitor General.  Well I wasn't quite sure what the duties of her position entailed, so I did some very brief research (like really 5 minutes), but her duties seemed to me to be very similar to those of what I thought the attorney general's to be.  So If someone could please clarify to me the difference between the duties of the solicitor general and the attorney general,  it would be most helpful

This is just another way for men to try and control everything.  As women we give in entirely to easy. Guys tend to stick to their guns, and girls just try and keep everyone happy.  Why don't you ask him to take your name? I honestly don't see any reason why this would be the breaking point for any relationship though.  If it's something that you are serious about, I just believe tht they guy should respect your wishes.

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: US NEWS Law School 2011 Rankings!
« on: April 14, 2010, 08:25:11 AM »
Yipee!! I know it was only like a day early, but this made my day!

Please join in the venting session if your roomate sucks a**!  This post was inspired by my roomate whom I hate, because she's a self-centered female dog who refuses to clean up behind herself.

Current Law Students / Re: Shameless Promotion: A Flawg
« on: April 12, 2010, 07:59:22 AM »
First off, Who on earth spell checks a post on a friggin discussion board? Last I checked there was no need for such formality on LSD.  The fact that you actually brought up spelling & grammar must be a sign of desperation. Couldn't think of anything else? How Sad!

But perhaps I was a little harsh yesterday.  I'm sure writing this blog is very therapeutic for you, but I doubt it serves any other purpose.  Yeah maybe the LSAT is poo, but along with GPA it is the best indicator of lawschool success.  I doubt that someone who completely bombs the LSAT and dosen't have a decent GPA should realistically expect to do well in law school without some serious dedication.  I just refuse to believe that you were victimized.  You probably just lacked the dedication, the ability, and the endurance. 

I'm really glad you're successful now though.  Law just probably wasn't your thing.
Good Luck in life!  ::)

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Sex & LSAT Focus
« on: April 11, 2010, 01:22:52 PM »
These all sound excellent exept for the 4th one.  I think I function better when I've been all sexed-up! LOL! But I'll definitely try 1-3 on the 2nd go round. Thanks for sharing  ;D

Current Law Students / Re: Shameless Promotion: A Flawg
« on: April 11, 2010, 12:59:48 PM »
I feel like I've wasted valuable minutes of my life reading this awful blog! Dude you didn't fail law school because your professor was racist. You failed because you sucked in law school.  You admit that not only was your GPA undesirable, but you bombed the LSAT and could only get into a 4 tier.  If you're going to a 4th tier soley because that was your only option, then you propbably shouldn't go to law school (I realize that some ppl chose to go to 4T's for different reasons such as location, and I'm not knocking that).

Also, you said you're professor constantly criticized your writing style.  After reading your blog I would definitely agree that your writing style is poo.

You should also be more mindful of your audience.  This board is for people who want to succeed in legal careers, not people who aspire to be drop out losers.  In my opinion, If you begin lawschool, you damn sure better finish!

Current Law Students / Re: Why Stanford students are so motivated.
« on: April 10, 2010, 09:06:19 AM »
Well I have no problem with the prostitution, but please pay your taxes!

Incoming 1Ls / Re: Do these schools want to deny me?
« on: April 10, 2010, 09:01:56 AM »
Well at first I let myself get a little excited over the fact that they thought enough of me to send me a waiver (yes I realize this is a very small thing, but it made me smile).  When it was schools that my numbers are compatible in, I found it believable that they would really want me to apply and eventually attend.  But last week I got a letter from Northwestern praising my score, which I don't even think is in their 25th percentile.  When a school like this offers me a fee waiver I'm very skeptical.  I'm retaking the lsat in june or october though.  I feel like I can do better.  When its time to apply I guess I'll still apply to the free ones.

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