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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Is Cooley with $$ really that bad?
« on: February 15, 2011, 04:24:43 PM »
If you want to go to cooley, raise that LSAT by 2 point and get a fullride.

I'd mention the fact that you worked at the bank, but not the rest of it.

Accounting is a required lawclass and it might help in that.

The story is yeah a bit flipfloppy.

Current Law Students / Re: Law School Loans
« on: February 15, 2011, 08:38:37 AM »
really...........REALLY?!?!?!.......Are that concerned with how everyone else is doing to feel less F'd yourself that you had to "bump" your own thread?   :P


Current Law Students / Re: Law School Loans
« on: February 15, 2011, 08:34:40 AM »
What does it matter how "others are faring"(ic)?

It wouldn't matter if EVERYONE had TWICE your debt. You still have to pay YOURS back.
I know lawschool lies to you in that it makes you think that life is all on the curve(I don't have to swim faster than the shark, just faster than my friend....hahahahaha...... :P )  If you want to see national stats I bet they are online somewhere, and I bet they vary by school.

Any out of state students that have graduated or about to graduate ---

What will the total amounts of your loans be?

Exclude mortgages.
Include things like public student loans, private loans, bar loans, car loans, family loans, and undergrad loans.

Curious about how others are faring.

Let me get this straight. You believe that NO ONE on earth has IBS?

You believe that it is IMPOSSIBLE for someone to be scared enough to THINK they may have scored in the 130(ish) range?

You think that NO ONE EVER scored below a 146?(reality check! If that is 70% percentile, then 30%(ALMOST A THIRD) of test takers did LESS than that)

I didn't go to Whittier.  Nice try though - you almost had me hooked to your flame until you started talking about your irritable bowel syndrome.

I've never heard of anyone getting a 130 on the LSAT.  Lowest I've ever heard of is a 146.

Dude, are you smart enough to notice this is NOT the guy who opened the thread? Good luck on your finals, if you can't even keep track of something that simple.

As for the illness, if the OP has it he should ask for extratime due to it. They grant it for ADHD and other illnesses(many I suspect are just made up by lazy Aholes who read the list of symptoms while smoking pot instead of studying)

Sorry that I offended your school but they do have a 51%FIRST YEAR attrition rate. Don't believe me? Ask the ABA.

I just took the LSAT yesterday.

I am estimating a score in the 130's. It was a complete disaster.

I actually have a medical disorder called IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), and it started acting up halfway through the test  :D

This guy is flame.  I'm outta here.

Law School Admissions / Re: When to apply..
« on: February 14, 2011, 02:58:10 PM »
Another person assuming what they're lsat will be...... ::)

Honestly, apply when you think you are ready. If you feel you need extra time, take  it.

General Off-Topic Board / Re: Engineer looking into Law
« on: February 14, 2011, 02:56:53 PM »
I've read before that a BA in a science field can take the Patent bar and practice intellectual law without a JD. Have you thought about looking into that?

Dosn't your school have an option for Middle eastern/arab?

Also, double check what it shows for the description of "caucasion" if it says(as many do) European/North African&middle eastern, and you mark a box other than that, then you are lieing on a lawschool admissions and that will be reflected upon when reviewed by character&fitness with the bar. A JD means jack without a license to practice.

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