If it's good, my boyfriend...to tell him I need another box filled tonight
If it's bad, no one.
If it's bad, no one.
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If I get the score I want, my boxers will be filled.
Linda, not because I apologized that you can act condescending. We all are waiting and we all must be having fun. Don't call me immature or stupid or rude only because I said something that you didn't want to hear. Not being able to take a couple simple jokes is immature, stupid, and rude. This just confirms my low scores go first theory.
Linda, don't worry about gaup, he's the guy who spent way too much time making fake LSAC emails on Photoshop yesterday. Lame.
« on: October 20, 2006, 12:46:01 PM »
Hmm...Legally Blonde..."I got a 179!!!"
Yeah, riiight. I think it's more like Texas Chainsaw Massacre, or whatever its called. Bleh.
« on: October 20, 2006, 12:13:28 AM »
I'm still in the office (in a law firm, no less) reviewing trust agreements to figure out who has limited powers of appointment...these things are decades old and written in the tiniest font possible. Boo. I want to go home (but I still want to go big, of course)
« on: October 19, 2006, 08:43:54 PM »
i got the email about the UCLA exadmissions dean
I don't have anything really negative to say about Testmasters...I think that as far as test prep courses go, it's great. I personally didn't find the class all that helpful for my prep, however, because I thought the pace was too slow and I found it extremely hard to focus for 4 hours after working for 10. I ended up only going to about 5 or 6 classes, and studied on my own using their materials (which are really good). I really took the course because I am a chronic procrastinator and needed something to force me to study rather than make a bee-line to the bar for after-work drinks. As far as my diagnostics, I got a 160 on the first one and by the end of my prep, I was scoring between 171-178 (about 173/174 average). I think Testmasters is helpful to get a basic understanding of the LSAT format and question types, but taking timed practice tests is the key to improving your score (at least it was in my case).
Studying for the LSAT / Re: Are all future 1Ls hyper-competitive, overachieving, condescending a-holes« on: October 19, 2006, 08:21:00 PM »
I dunno -- you're on this forum, do you consider yourself a hyper-competitive, overachieving, condescending a-hole?
Completely off topic, but I laugh every time I see your avatar. So cute. It reminds me of the baby penguins on March of the Penguins... Ok, back to worrying about LSAT scores...