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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Greece takes on the LSAT
« on: October 16, 2012, 05:36:11 PM »
here's a question that I really have to ask: are the PowerScore bibles printed in 2004 still fit - do they apply to the "modern" LSAT? I mean, these where the only ones I could find through the internet..
thanks in advance

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Greece takes on the LSAT
« on: October 04, 2012, 06:20:23 PM »
I might, but even so, I have no interest in what you got, American

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Greece takes on the LSAT
« on: September 22, 2012, 02:05:15 PM »
Sincerely, thank you for your help, it means a lot. For me, LSAT is on a couple of moths but the entire Law School thing is almost two years away ( including applications and all ) with a new amendment that passed concerning our examination, they practically prolonged our graduation as they decreased greatly the number of exams that we can take in each examination - maybe they don't want us to graduate as soon as we could because of the unemployment rate. Pissed me off for real. Makes me appreciate how the States have a more concrete and well balanced system , I am pretty confident that our educational system sucks big time :/

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Greece takes on the LSAT
« on: September 21, 2012, 07:17:41 AM »
Thane -

Thank you for you encouraging words, that is exactly how I regard this entire LSAT process and how I act, seriously and above all I believe that dedication is the key. I have seen great improvement after the first 15+ hours of studying and I will agree with you the most important part is to take your time and look back, make sure you understand each and every question, why they are not correct and why the correct one is not wrong. However, I have two exams on the 26th and 28th of September and I am confused as I will have to skip studying for the LSAT for 6 whole days - that leaves me exactly 2 months for the December LSAT.

The truth is that I have not considered the MBA. I will definitely look into it at some point. If I may ask, I have the two bibles for the Logic Games and the Logical Reasoning, what should I look for concerning the Reading Comprehension?

regards,

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Greece takes on the LSAT
« on: September 19, 2012, 06:27:29 PM »
Wow, thank you so much for everything you’ve written! Seriously, it feels good to have any kind of feedback since virtually no one takes the test here in Greece. Why pick up Law? I see your point… I will reply by saying, just because. I can’t explain why, I have always loved it, especially the way it combines theory with practice. I knew ever since I was little that that’s the way to go. I have been looking into it even more thoroughly the last 3 years searching for reasons that might point me another way, but I couldn’t find any. It’s like when you fall in love, you can’t really explain why, it’s just this “something”. Plus, I really like the English language and I want to leave my country behind since if you‘ve heard the news the situation is really nasty. Combining all these I will try to study Law in the States. To me, it’s the ultimate challenge. LSAT it is, there is no going back now. Frankly, I believe that the LSAT is a good thing, here in Greece we have to study History, Latin, Literature, Ancient Greek, Composition and Biology to get into Law School. I mean, common ! Anyways, I got carried away.. Thank you again for the advice, much appreciated, I will take a test in about a week or so, I will post it right here (:

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Greece takes on the LSAT
« on: September 19, 2012, 04:21:33 PM »
To be honest I have not already done this since I am pretty sure I will most probably be disappointed , you see even though I have a Proficiency in English Degree from the University of Michigan English is not my mother tongue, so I thought about reading the two bibles I got ( LG RC from Powerscore - if I may , these books are awesome ) and then testing myself. Depending on the results, I can then reread more than once the respective bible(s) along with additional practice and actual tests. BUT since I am actually new here and to the entire LSAT state of mind , if you insist that I should do so, I will take an actual test. Thanks for the feedback

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Studying for the LSAT / Greece takes on the LSAT
« on: September 19, 2012, 11:23:25 AM »
Hello everyone, I am a 21 year old political science student from Greece ( currently living in Greece as well )and I decided to go for the LSAT. I started studying the Powerscore Logic Games Bible 2 days ago, got to page 49 but I am still making mistakes lol. I think a teacher could explain everything in more detail , but this is impossible here, obviously. I am planning on taking the December LSAT ( I am travelling to Bulgaria for that : O ) what say you , do I stand a chance of getting a decent score ? any tips would be much appreciated. ( I will be studying about 5-6 hours everyday )

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