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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Good study schedule w/full-time work
« on: June 10, 2010, 01:25:38 AM »
Thanks.  I think that's solid advice.  I am already finding different approaches and it's confusing me.  I'll stick with Powerscore.  Unfortunately, I can't afford a tutor or a course.  I do have a "go to", however.  My son's friend is starting Harvard this fall and I'm thinking that with his 179 score, he might have a few pointers.

Non-Traditional Students / Re: Undergrad School
« on: June 09, 2010, 01:00:58 AM »
Wow, don't think I've ever met anyone else who went to Metro State.  It's been a number of years for me (won't say how many) but I still keep tabs on the alma mater.  Frankly, it's got a pretty good reputation and more in some majors than in others.  I wouldn't worry about it too much. 

Studying for the LSAT / Good study schedule w/full-time work
« on: June 09, 2010, 12:53:37 AM »
I have started reviewing for the October test but so far it's been all surface review - nothing down and dirty.  I feel I need to get a firmer study schedule down and don't want to fritter June away being unfocused.  Does anyone have a suggested study schedule?  Other than work (9-5 M-F), my time is pretty much my own.  One 18 year old at home who is very independent.  So far I've just been using books I could grab from the public library but my Powerscore Bibles and pretests should be arriving shortly.  Took the test 15 years ago without any prep and managed a 152 and considering I was working full-time, going to school part-time and was a single parent to 2 young kids at the time, I probably shouldn't complain about it.  Hopefully not too many brain cells have been lost in the intervening years. 

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