Stevo and Hank- congratulations on the e-mail and good luck! This is definitely a great sign!
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Congrats, mpark, hank and davemaster! That's so exciting! So are you all going to the ASW?
I just got the call a few minutes ago too, so I'm excited and relieved to be done with this part of my admissions cycle.
Good luck to everyone still waiting to hear back!
« on: January 30, 2007, 03:40:38 PM »
For me, the games section was all about practicing and recognizing patterns. I suggest you photocopy and redo all of your old games several times. Do at least 10-15 games per study session and when you run out, go back and do them again and again. You will get better at recognizing deduction patterns, which will help on test day.
Focus on 3 games and try to ace them. Pick the ones you find easiest (i.e., sequencing, linear, etc.). Then, if you have time, tackle the last game.
I agree with contiki07. I've seen Bouzie's face pic and he's a hottie.
Contiki07: I actually am not sure about Michigan, but if I do go, it'll probably be to the earlier one. What about you? Are you going to Boalt's ASD? I'll definitely be there for that one.
Bouzie1982: Good luck on your LSAT retake and the rest of your applications! And congratulations on IUB--it's a great school and lots of great opportunities. BTW, are you still looking at Hastings? I am biased, but the gay scene in SF is fabulous. =)
As for me, I am still pretty undecided. I am leaning towards Stanford (for personal reasons), but it'll be really hard to turn down Yale.
I haven't visited any schools yet (other than Stanford), but I'm definitely going to hit up some admit weekends in March/April. Hope to see some of you during the ASW visits!