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Non-Traditional Students / Re: Age
« on: November 07, 2006, 12:59:42 PM »
28, married, no kids. Working full-time for the last 10 years. I am on a pretty good career track, so I am nervous to go to LS full-time and not work.

I'm VERY nervous about the exact same thing.  Wife works as school teacher, and would like to open up her own pre-school.  $$$ will be so tight.  It's not that I don't think we *can*'s more a matter of whether I can *stand* to reduce the old standard of living!!!  It's been a long time since I was a college student!  :)

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Please help a genius.....
« on: November 07, 2006, 11:11:17 AM »
And speaking of boobs...anyone notice how big Julia-Louise Dreyfuss's are?>?>  Wow!  I never noticed when she was on Seinfeld.  Hum-dingers!


To Jer:  JSIA

Sounds like a tought spot. 

My two cents are to just overanalyze all the questions one at a time, or group them by type, so that you are certain you can spot where a question is leading based upon how they structure it. 

I don't really have any good advice for the RC, and I know the above doesn't really apply to that section, just LR.  I wonder if maybe reading tough editorials and other materials, and then analyzing them according to MP, what can you infer, what might the author agree/disagree with, etc?  Might help.

Plz don't flame me for tryin'

:)  ~CW

Man, how can I party really hard if my wife is in the same state/town/house as me?!?

~CW   ::)

whatever you drink won't help you avert being a giant failure in life

Hey. Not in this thread, please.

hey if she can wreck my thread its only fair I get to at least comment on hers

but mom....she did it first.
useless post, please note maraudingliz is the person that tells on others

please note maraudingliz has a cyberstalker
you're such a giant loser, does she have a cyberstalker? or is she the one stalking people?
dude why do you even post, you sound like a jackass all the time, your avatar says it all

well, you follow her around in every thread crying out for attention, and you have even started a little shrine to her in your sig.
seriously, how can you not see how obsessed you are?
oh, how misinformed you are (moron). She follows me around in every thread I create and starts confrontations, and the sig thing? she actually put mine up so I retaliated asswipe. Get a life

Any chance we can get some of this crap deleted so this thread can go back to what it was intended?  Can I get a Mod? 



Non-Traditional Students / Re: Age
« on: November 07, 2006, 09:12:37 AM »
I think it's silly that nontrad = older. I'm pretty nontraditional and I'm 21.

Like, for instance, being a high school dropout applying for law school isn't exactly the normal run of things... It's much more traditional to go to law school after some work experience than after leaving school at 16.

I don't presonally think non-trad *has* to equal older.  I'm fairly confident that you'd be considered a non-trad; plus you probably have a good, interesting story to tell the adcomms!



Studying for the LSAT / Re: The Ultimate LSAT Games Advice Thread
« on: November 03, 2006, 03:53:33 PM »
Some good advice I've gotten here:

1. Someone here said that they put the variables and diagram on the right and the rules on the left, and then work out the problems in the center.  While I don't think there's one magical way to organize your page, I think consistent organization is key.  You know not only how you are going to diagram, but you immediately put everything in a set place each time, and you always know where your pencil is going to go and where to look for what you need.

I kind of like making one "main" diagram, and working out Qs with new info right next to the Q.  Anything I can do to keep from confusing myself!  :)  However, if I can tell there are only so many solutions to a game, I might be inclined to throw those hypotheticals down with the main diagram.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Question about LSAT Logic
« on: November 03, 2006, 03:48:32 PM » real "set-up" on any of the four.  Just mucho mind-flipping...and teeth-gnashing.

I definitely prefer the more recent ones where, if your head is peeking out enough, you can get the set-up that makes the questions cake!


Studying for the LSAT / Re: Question about LSAT Logic
« on: November 03, 2006, 03:39:50 PM »
Is that avatar something you did?

I wish I were that creative!  That was sent out by our safety office as a humorous reminder to take it easy on the partying over Halloween.

Thanks for the props over on the other post!

 :D  Chris

PS:  Over lunch I managed to tank an easy games section [realized it was easy after the drubbing--it was one of those old super time-draining black hole types].  Clearly I needed to PMHOMA.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: The Ultimate LSAT Games Advice Thread
« on: November 03, 2006, 03:32:46 PM »
Courtesy of cbm_flyer:


Yeeeaaah!   ;D

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