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Thank you to those who are taking me seriously.  :-*

I don't get what you guys are talking about, that's not even advice! LOL

I think you are making a false assumption that everyone who goes into girly careers like fashion are women, there are a lot of men in Real Estate and men in entertainment industry...Sigh..I need constructive advice please..

I mean one day I went from a person who really loved law and wanted to do this to someone who questioned the idea of working for 50 years and dedicating a lifetime to this field. I'm really surprised no one seriously doesn't question an alternate career.

There is a lot to think about before approaching any career. Just recently I've been interested in Real Estate because I work all day at a firm and its great but I go in and don't come out until its pitch black. 9-5 sounds like a dirty word to me. I've been working for over a year and I feel so inactive, just sitting on my butt all day, its really unhealthy.

Maybe I'm crazy but the idea of not being stuck in the office, doing everything from a home office, being outside all day, maybe its just a young person's idea of a nice job. When I'm old I'll be longing for more stability, or maybe not.

Then the fashion thing, I thought I might be able to become an Entertainment lawyer. That sounds really appealing. I'd get the best of both worlds there.

 Pretty much I'm going to retake the LSAT, apply to law school, go through law school and after that...well I guess try my hand at law.

I'm thinking about becoming a realtor while in Law School and if I love it more, I'll just do that after law school. So much to do..This is just a hypothetical plan.

Oh, and the reason I really think that law is a better career than any other is because I would have the ability to do something meaningful with my job and really change people's lives for the better.

Showing a house and selling one, you put people in homes, but I don't think its meaningful.

These two careers seem funner than law but just don't seem as financially secure. Also, I worry its a phase! Ahhh! *pulling hair* Thanks for the advice tho

wow thank you

Well I've taken the LSAT and also I am currently working as a paralegal. The reason why I'm afraid to not go is that it is all I've ever wanted to do. The thing that turned me around was my low 147 LSAT score. Since then, I've been bummed. Reconsidering my life goal. Its actually pretty complicated because I am afraid NOT to become a lawyer...I'm afraid if I don't go I'll regret it. Sigh..

General Off-Topic Board / Re: Answer a question with a question.
« on: January 16, 2007, 05:21:31 PM »
Do you like it Do It Yourself?

a) Realtor for ReMax
I'm agressive, a good saleswoman and live in Orange County. I would love to deal with people all day and drive a shiny car and have 10 cell phones

b) Hollywood/Fashion career
I am fascinated by both, of course being a girly girl, but also seems more interesting to be traveling and doing PR than stuck in an office growing flabby

HRMMMMMM...Decisions Decisions..I haven't applied to school yet but I'm having one of these weird crisis. Anyone ever experienced it, or have any advice? ???

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Need some advice/honest criticism, etc.....
« on: January 08, 2007, 02:03:43 PM »

Studying for the LSAT / Re: 170+ requires your innate ability
« on: January 03, 2007, 04:57:13 PM »
From personal experience, I scored 147 and I know I could have scored higher given more dedication. I wouldn't rule myself out of the game at all. Maybe the idea of innate ability to be intelligent and get a 170 + is really just the innate ability to study, have time and energy to study, and have the drive to study.

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