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yeah i think that's what i'm going to do. Or just buy a desk top too. I think dell has some for about $500.

Hey guys i have the macbook and i just wanted to mention to all of you that even though it's great in many ways the screen is very small and i think it would be better to buy a notebook that has a nice large screen for law school.

I think it can exceed 500. I haven' t seen any limits on my applications. Mine is 700 right now and i think that's ok.

Uh Oh my PS is 730. What is this 650 limit about?

Anyone willing to read a draft of my PS? Pretty please?

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Fordham PT or FT?
« on: January 03, 2007, 06:43:34 PM »
Call the school and find out what you should do if you would prefer to go full time but would go part time.

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: i still havent applied
« on: January 03, 2007, 06:41:45 PM »
mine aren't in either. I'm supposed to be writing my PS right now. I have 3 intros and 2 full ones done. Eek. I'm planning on sending everything monday.  I figure law school admins will be back in the office when law school profs and students are back so we have a few days anyway. Is your PS done etc? Maybe we can swap and edit?

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: 3.0 and 152 worth trying?
« on: January 03, 2007, 06:26:52 PM »
Yes definitely. This board is full of overachieving people that wouldn't dream of going to a T3 or T4 but imagine if people decided not to go to college because they couldn't get into a top school. You would think they were ridiculous. My boss the COO of a huge corporation (with over 1000) employees went to a T4 and is probably one of the smartest and most respected people of anyone i have ever met. She is the reason that I am still applying to law school though previously  i wouldn't go unless it was a tier 1 or 2.  People on this board are wannabe lawyers NOT lawyers. What do they know? There are lots of lawers who go to "bad" schools and do very well professionally just as there are lots of lawyers that go to good schools and just can't cut it. We all have a friend who is brilliant, got straight A's and can't make an argument to save their life and we all know the person who barely passed school, but yet we believe every word that comes out of their mouth.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Shingles
« on: January 03, 2007, 05:04:21 PM »
Me too I got them when i was 18 and very very stressed out in high school.

Whatever you do don't go to work the day before the LSAT or school if you can help it. I thought going to work would keep me calm and busy the day before but i was wrong. I ended up crying and cracking under a whole lot of pressure. Who knows if it made me score below my practice averages. It wasn't good though.

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