If you go to Northeastern, then how are you going to feel compared to Boston University and Boston College law students? Inferior? I got into BU law.
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I'm doing the same thing, too, Merlin28. About 5 years ago I went to the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, after scoring a 166 on the LSAT and graduating magna cum laude, but I dropped out during finals weeks. Probably that left a mark on my transcript. And now I am going back to college to get a second bachelor's degree and apply to law school again.
« on: July 26, 2012, 02:03:46 PM »
I voted for Obama in 2008!
Well, my father's college may have no relevance to this thread, but, in terms of admission to Harvard, it does. See, this is from Harvard's website:
"Are a student's chances of admission enhanced if a relative has attended Harvard?
The application process is the same for all candidates. Among a group of similarly distinguished applicants, the daughters and sons of College alumni/ae may receive an additional look. "
The other day I found a book written by my father, Lloyd, who graduated from Harvard. The Sophia Press published the book.
By the way, what does "Ice tea is wet" mean? Julie, are you attracted to guys who go to Harvard since Harvard, for some reason, is at the top of the totem pole?
Jklumpkin, I got a 166 on the LSAT in October, 2005. That's 93-94%, meaning I did better than 93-94% of test takers over the previous 3 years. For example, if 100,000 people took the test, then I did better than 93,000-94,000 people. I was 23 years old then. I started studying for the LSAT when I was 20-21. In 2003, when I was in Honolulu, Hawai'i, studying at UH-Manoa during the summer, I bought 10 actual, official LSATs by the test makers, LSAC. The first practice test I took I got about a 153. I purchased more actual, official LSATs from the test makers and I used Powerscore products extensively as well as a book by Kaplan. I bet I used others but I can't remember them now. The actual, official LSATs and Powerscore products helped me out the most. On test day, I aced the logic games section.