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Does anyone know if the NJ/NY bar allows students who graduated from a provisional accredited law school to take the bar exam?
I tried searching for this info and I couldn't find it, any links would be helpful. Thanks.
Some of you bother to try to convince us that recieved your score early. THIS IS IMPOSSIBLE. It is also kinda funny that some of you actually believe these people. From what I understand every single year this happens. Stop believing these people who have no lives...... and try to play some kind of hoax by saying they got their LSAT score before everyone else.
Say one takes the LSAT a total of 3 times. 145, 143, 160. And the reasoning for the 1 high score is because one saved enough money to take a prep course. Do you think an addendum describing this would be valid and understood? Of course it would be to schools who take the highest score.
I have found on LSN that schools like Villanova and Penn State have yet to send out rejections. I find that somewhat odd, what are the reasons for doing this? It is kind of discouraging for people like me who have yet to hear from either school yet.
« on: January 08, 2007, 12:28:45 PM »
For those who applied to Penn State, did you get an email about attending this event in Philly? I did not get a decision letter in the mail yet, and I am trying to figure out if this thing is worth attending. The email claims the invitation is being forwarded to a "select" group of people who are interested in attending, however I'm not so sure how "select" it is.
« on: January 05, 2007, 04:11:15 PM »
If you retake a 3rd it is my understanding that even if you cancel your score you can not retake. If this is true, I suppose it really sucks if you get sick or something heh.
Also, if I took my first test June`06 the next time I can retake is some time in 2008 correct?
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