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General Off-Topic Board / Eternal Life
« on: July 12, 2012, 11:22:46 AM »
What is eternal life?  Well, basically, everything is a factory.  There is a higher power.  Call it the higher power.  The factory and higher power are invisible.  Thus, that's where the term "The Invisible Hand" comes from.  Eternal life is when you hit the jackpot in the factory and live forever and your life continuously improves for eternity.

I have eternal life.  Any questions?

I got a 166 on the LSAT in October 2005.  That's 93-94 percentile which means I scored better than 93-94% of test takers during the preceding three years.  I am thinking about retaking it again and attempt to break the 170 barrier.  If you'd like my expert advice on the LSAT, I welcome questions.

Studying for the LSAT / Which is harder, GMAT or LSAT?
« on: July 12, 2012, 10:45:09 AM »
I started studying for the GMAT.  I already took the LSAT.  I'd say the LSAT is tough.  Although, now, I bet $20 I can get above a 170.  The GMAT has 90 questions whereas the LSAT has about 100.

Law School Admissions / Columbia
« on: July 10, 2012, 09:10:07 AM »
I am thinking about preparing an application for Columbia's law school.  Here's a rough draft of my rez:

Elementary School and High School
Numerous Presidential Physical Fitness Awards
Academic achievement awards
Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship award winner, twice
Sempir Fidelis award recipient
A member of the National Honor Society

A member of Phi Beta Kappa
A member of Pi Mu Epsilon
GPA 3.56

Work Experience
I sold $ 2 million of merchandise at a Ford car and truck dealership in North Hollywood, CA.
I worked at Toyota, Hollywood, CA.
I worked for Green Peace in Los Angeles, CA.
I worked at Longs Drugs in Hollywood, CA.
I worked at my university's library throughout college.
I worked at Filene's in the Bangor, ME, Mall.
I worked at CVS/pharmacy in Boston, MA, and became an assistant manager.  My salary, before I quit, was $37,000 a year.
I worked as a camp counselor at a summer recreation camp for kids during three summers.
I worked for Vector Marketing and sold CUTCO cutlery.
Plus a few more jobs...

I attended the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain in 2004.

I attended the University of Southern California Gould School of Law in Fall 2007.  My LSAT was 166.

Bar Exam Preparation / Do you have to go to law school?
« on: July 10, 2012, 08:46:35 AM »
If I want to become a lawyer, can I forego law school and simply take the Bar Exam?

Choosing the Right Law School / Unsure where to go
« on: July 09, 2012, 12:20:31 PM »
I attended the University of Southern California's law school in 2007, but I dropped out.  I am considering going back to law school.  This time around, I am unsure about where to go.  I'd like to choose one school and focus on getting in there.  That's the way I am with getting a second bachelor's degree.  I have tunnel vision on Boston University where I want to get a degree in economics.  On my shortlist for law schools is Columbia.  That may be the one.

However, maybe I'll scrap all plans of going back to school in favor of playing music...

Minority and Non-Traditional Law Students / Am I a non-trad?
« on: July 05, 2012, 09:33:06 AM »
I got a 166 on the LSAT in 2005.  Attended USC law.  Then dropped out.  And now, five years later, I am thinking about going back to law school.  I am 29 years old.

Current Law Students / My Goal
« on: July 05, 2012, 08:56:18 AM »
My goal is to get a second bachelor's degree.  This time in economics.  I have chosen to apply to Boston University.  What are my chances of admittance?  I mean, now I am 29 years old; soon to be 30.  I already have a bachelor's degree from the University of Maine, my GPA was ~3.56; I attended the University of Southern California Law School; I finished fifth in my class in high school; I was in the National Honor Society in high school; then in college I joined Pi Mu Epsilon and Phi Beta Kappa.  Furthermore, since elementary school, I received numerous awards in classes and physical fitness.  In high school, too.  For example, in high school, I received the Daughters of the American Revoultion Good Citizenship award twice, my freshman year and senior year.  I also got the Semper Fidelis award.  And, if I am not mistaken, I had the best grade point average in Spanish II.  And I've held a bunch of jobs over the years, including as an assistant manager at CVS/pharmacy in Boston.  My salary was like 39K annually.  And I sold about $ 2 million of merchandise at a car and truck dealership in North Hollywood California. And, I can play the "Crazy Train" solo!

But I've only had one girlfriend... ;-(

Studying for the LSAT / Should I master the LSAT?
« on: June 25, 2012, 03:39:31 PM »
I got a 166 back in 2005.  I am no longer a virgin.  And, decidedly, I'm getting smarter and stronger every day.  I kinda want to master the LSAT for the fun of it and to use it get into a law school.

Where's the best law school in the world?  The first time I attended a law school I went to the University of Southern California.  I dropped out and now I want to go back somewhere.  So, where is the best law school?  Here, in the states, Harvard, Stanford, and Yale are kings; but what about elsewhere around the world.  For example, if I want to focus on international practice, should I stay in the states or go to law school overseas?  Is there a law school in Europe that is more prestigious than Harvard, Stanford, or Yale?

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