« on: January 29, 2007, 12:47:48 AM »
I can't believe that anything above 6 is even an option, or that people actually chose them.
Must be trolls.
Must be trolls.
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« on: January 29, 2007, 12:46:19 AM »
I think most of us law guys probably aren't going to be dating within the law community, for reasons that are pretty obvious (at least to me!), so the close law community thing shouldn't matter too much. What's going to matter is definitely the attractiveness of the undergrad student body. I'll probably be disappointed with where I end up, because I used to southern california girls from UCLA/USC, whom I think are v. attractive. Imagine if you went to pennsylvania or something, how many attractive people could there be in such a state?
Nerdphanie, I think you're cute. Being a yale law student on top of that? Now that's hot.
« on: January 28, 2007, 10:46:58 PM »
From what I've been told, girls like guys with ambition and a life goal. I think that a law student fits that bill pretty well.
« on: January 28, 2007, 01:41:49 PM »
First of all, someone needs to ban the office space retards. They're ridiculously stupid and nothing they say is important or meaningful.
To the person that started this thread, it sounds like you have a lot going on right now in terms of work responsibilities. The stress of a full-time work schedule and stress of LSAT studying aren't going to mesh in a good way.
I have two suggestions that I believe are very helpful:
1. Remember that when you take prep tests, the most important thing is learning from your mistakes; it's not to focus on getting a high score.
2. Games are a female dog for everyone. The only real way to overcome them is to do a whole f-ing lot of them, and then do them all again. It may be an obvious thing, but focus on neat but speedy set ups and spend a little bit of time in the beginning thinking about inferences and seeing if making scenarios is feasible or helpful. If you run out of time on a games section, continue doing the rest of the games and learning as much as you can from the section. Sometimes it just helps for learning to do problems untimed.
« on: January 28, 2007, 01:17:06 PM »
I'd look at the bright side: if you wait until september, then you have lots of extra time to study and refine your technique. In the event that you mess up, you still have the december retake. It'll work out; I wouldn't worry.
Seriously. I barely got my first complete a little over a week ago after submitting at the beginning of January. Until I got it, I was constantly paranoid about having forgotten to submit something or another and having all my applications remain unfinished.
With that said, I've actually only received 3 completes out of 10 applications, but what the @#!* ever.
honestly, this is probably one of those things where nobody can give you the "right" answer. My opinion would be that it doesn't really matter so you should leave it alone. In many cases, the excuse you have could hurt you."I was sick that day and couldn't concentrate," for example could mean that you can't handle difficult circumstances, and etc.
« on: January 21, 2007, 10:46:59 PM »
if you want to apply and you're worried about the application being late, then hurry up and apply before the application gets any later.
obviously, it's good to write a "why x school" essay when given the option since it shows that you care. it honestly took me about 5 minutes to write one for penn; just take a quick look at their website and write something half-decent.