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Current Law Students / Re: Two Questions - What is realistic?
« on: September 22, 2012, 12:49:14 AM »
I'd also suggest you retake the LSAT. Maybe take a prep course on it so you can ask questions if you have any and try to up your score a bit.

Dayton is really expensive in comparison to NKU, and also, like Jhuen_the_bird said, NKU has better programs. Where will you go in the end?

This is a tough decision to make, If it were me I'd flip a coin. Well, don't do that, I was just kidding.  Have you decided which one would be better for you yet ?

Have you decided yet? In my opinion, it's better to attend an ABA school but either way, if you have a good plan and you're determined enough, I think you'll be OK.

Visits, Admit Days, and Open Houses / Re: Charleston School of Law
« on: September 21, 2012, 01:30:35 AM »
So, you want to become a Paralegal :) I'm sure you'll enjoy it, it's a real career after all. Also, if you decide later to become a lawyer you will have a lot of experience already.

I think it really depends on the country, every country has its pride. There are different good universities in different parts of Europe so first you need to decide what country would you like to study in.

Thomas M. Cooley / Re: Is it worth it?
« on: September 20, 2012, 01:11:06 AM »
Well, you should think about what is best for you and your family. If a low paid job is enough, one can go to Cooley, but take a look at the future also. Maybe it's easy now but one has to make sure he (she) won't regret anything in 10 -15 years.

Western State College of Law / Re: oL at Western State
« on: September 20, 2012, 01:04:43 AM »
Why not, LegalFielder? I've never heard of bad reviews for Western State. Then again, it wasn't recommended to me either but seriously, why is it a bad idea ?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Greece takes on the LSAT
« on: September 20, 2012, 12:58:45 AM »
Being disappointed because of a low score at home is way better than being disappointed in failing the actual LSAT. If you say you study 5-6 hours a day (no cheating :P) you should be able to do good on the test, it depends only on how much you concentrate on things.
Good luck, by the way !

Blogs can also be a place to brag or to encourage yourself you can do it. Either way, to answer your question: I think it's possible, you just need to get ready for a lot of work over the next years or so. I'd also suggest a part time program, it's no the same but you need to be there for your family too, right? :)

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