Oh my, I am going to feel old when I disclose that the two speeding tickets I received were in 1991 and 1993.
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Having had experiences with both courses, I can say that I prefer PS for LG and LR, but I think Kaplan's strategy for mapping out passages on the RC is great (and RC gets more coverage in its course than PS' does).
But then again, that's only 1/4 of the test, so I guess it is a matter of how much you need to improve you RC score. Good luck!
Okay, so I am 33 y.o. and have been sober for four years. How candid should I be in my personal statement? I'd love to be able to talk openly about this, b/c let's face it, it's a huge part of my story and who I am.
Having said that, I am well aware that there's a stigma associated with alcoholism and that I am opening a Pandora's Box by mentioning it. Anyone else out there who either is in the same boat? Or anyone out there with admissions/pre-law advisory experience. Would love to get your input.
Thanks in adavance!
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