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« on: July 25, 2012, 10:18:25 AM »
I am thinking about applying to Harvard to study economics. I think I have a chance. After all, my dad graduated from Harvard in the 60s or 70s. Moreover, the other day I read that Harvard's private endowment is the largest in the world amongst colleges and universities. Since I can make billions of dollars--or pounds--perhaps I could keep that going!
Powerscore's Logical Reasoning Bible helped me. On test day, I think I got about only 4 wrong on each LR section. I aced LG. If I can get a copy of my LSAT, I'll upload it to this site. I got a 153, or something like that, on my first practice test. A couple years later, I walked out of the test center having scored a 166.
« on: July 20, 2012, 03:44:47 PM »
Well, Zepp, I am only 29 years old. Between you and me, I still have a bit of that "sow your wild oats" thing raging in my body because I never did "sow my wild oats" when I was younger. Like when I was in high school or college. So, it's kinda like, I'm off schedule. I should be effing--"sowing my wild oats"--right? Perhaps it's wise to "sow your wild oats" before you go to law school. I am not kidding about my LSAT. I did get a 166, and that's 93-94 percentile; I did attend USC law in 2007. a top-twenty ls; and my undergrad GPA from the flagship university of Maine was ~3.56. That's magna cum laude. Not to forget that I am a member of Phi Beta Kappa, that presitigious collegiate honor society many politicians belong to. And, lastly and penultimately, I became an assistant manager at CVS/pharmacy in Beantown, U.S.A., with a salary of $39,000; as well as sell $2 million of merchandise at a Ford dealership in NoHo, CA. I must've sold about a dozen Ford Focuses. I think those are two "soft factors" that count.
« on: July 19, 2012, 11:38:25 AM »
Julie, are you attracted to men who score above a 164 on the LSAT?
Julie, I can make TONS of cash. So, if there's heroin changing hands at NYU, you can bet $200 that I'd wedge myself in there somewhere and you'd get a return on your investment. Do you understand? Furthermore, I got into NYU undergrad as a transfer applicant back in '02. Yup, that's right. NYU. Although, I didn't accept.