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.
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I lost my virginity at 25 when I lived in Hollywood, CA. That's after I had dropped out of the University of Southern California's law school. I tried to lose it in law school, but it didn't work out. I even drove to Nevada to lose it at a brothel. The Moonlight Bunny Ranch. But I didn't "get-it-up" with the woman I could afford there. However, I stiffened up around another woman with a sexier body. Unfortunately, I didn't have enough money to pay for her.
I hypothesize that losing my virginity helped clear my mind. Because back then I couldn't focus in law school, and in general. I was depressed. Eventually, that turned around.
« on: June 22, 2012, 04:39:40 PM »
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?
compensate workers equitably in exchange for labor. For example, minimum wage laws. It's a topic I don't know a whole lot about, but I figure that's the case. I wonder what the conditions are like in Chicago nowadays. And whenever I think of The Jungle, I am reminded of "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns 'n' Roses and I wonder if there's a thought connection. And have you seen the music video for "Welcome to the Jungle"? I think that's thought provoking. What do you think?
When I attended law school for the first time, I went to an American law school. Now I want to go back to law school and wonder about law schools outside America. For example, in Europe. How does the system work in Europe? Is there a test like the LSAT?
Well, Julie. Back in '07, when I attended law school for the first time, I wasn't too impressed with the student body. However, I was depressed back then, so perhaps my thinking was off balance. Because I attended a top twenty law school and many of my fellow students were from nationally renown universities, I give the other side the benefit of the doubt. Do you know what I mean?
In terms of the LSAT, it improved my critical thinking skills a lot. Specifically, logical reasoning. Now I can read and write more insightfully than before. I started studying for the test in '03. On the first prep test I took, I scored a 151 and hovered in the 150s for a while. Eventually, after grinding the logic down in study for a year or two, I hit the 160 mark and plateaued around 166 before I took the test (although I scored in the 170s at times). Then I got a 166 on the real thing.
Did I answer your question?
Is Law School a jungle? I've heard it before. I went to Gould School of Law back in '07, but I dropped out. And now I'm back in the race. I plan to take the LSAT again. Although I didn't think about it back then, I am beginning to wonder if it is an apt comparison.