« on: August 31, 2004, 01:03:04 AM »
Heh.. not that I would presume to think that you guys care about what happens in Canada...
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« on: August 31, 2004, 01:00:37 AM »
I'm just wondering... might her 6 years of experience working as a paralegal have anything to do with getting waitlisted at UF? It seems that many schools in Canada value work/life experience just as much as numbers on standardized tests...
If you are planning on February, you have plenty of time to study and up your score, so...
I would suggest self-study for the next few weeks, write 5-10 official preptests from the LSAC, and then decide if you really want to drop $1000 on a prep course.
If you are motivated, I really think that using the Powerscore prep materials and writing lots of practice tests can get you to a 170, with the 5+ months that you have to prepare.
P.S. You forgot to buy the official LSAT preptests available from the LSAC...
« on: August 31, 2004, 12:33:17 AM »
Aww, where did all the love go?
By the way, are there any other white people out there who secretly wish that they could speak/read/write Chinese? I was sooo jealous of my school friends who went to Chinese school on Sunday afternoons to learn all that, but for some reason they never did invite me along
Okay, the silly Canadian will shut up and go smoke her dope now
I am 92. Good news is that they do not consider my grades inflated. Bad news is that I might die of old age before I get my JD.
Hey Franz, are you for real? I hope I'm as sharp as you when I am 92!
If I make it to 92... good on ya, man!
« on: August 31, 2004, 12:12:14 AM »
So, what happens when you are getting a combined degree in English and Chemistry?
"WE'RE NUMBER ONE!!!"
All one of us...
22... will graduate with 2 degrees this april (after turning 23)...
... am writing on Oct. 2nd...
... planning to go to law school Sept. 2006...
... And, if all goes well, finish law school by the time I'm 27.
So, I'm not going to have a real job, technically, until I am 27 years old (is that too old?)