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Black Law Students / Re: Talk to Me About Harvard
« on: December 26, 2006, 09:34:46 AM »
Wooooooow, congratulations Anne Shirley!!!  I'm a non-trad w/hubby (kids in college) and would rock the opportunity 2 attend HLS, but can't get mate 2 relocate..  You go gerl!!!  That's just spectacular news...  I am so excited 4 u....

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Black Law Students / Re: Nip/Tuck
« on: December 23, 2006, 06:13:59 PM »
Gurl, u know u wrong, I'm the real Mrs. Troy. The Aussie is sooooo hot!!! uhm uhm uhm

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: The SCORE THREAD
« on: December 21, 2006, 04:29:17 PM »
Survivor, u can do it.  Relax, Relate, Release, Read-it!!!!  U rocked, yes u did!!!

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: starting to get frustrated!
« on: December 13, 2006, 06:09:40 PM »
If K & O review T then M must review 2 b/c K & L < M.
K & L can only review 1, b/c M must review more than K & L, but less than 3.
M can't review all 3 b/c M -> ~J 
O can review all 3.

did u get those...  I'm gonna look at it again.

 

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You aren't playing are you!!!! 

I found that the majority of the categorization of the questions (Kaplan vs Powerscore) are the same, however, the differences are minimal at best.  The approach is different, so be certain to stick w/your Powerscore approach.  (The Kaplan Complete 2005 has PrepTests 1-45.  And depending on whether you get the 2004 or 2005 Big Orange, you'll have either 4000 or 5000 questions + explanations).  I think the Big Orange is perfect; I really liked being able to target a specific area (Strengthen/Weaken, Assumption, Flaw, Inference, etc.).

Woohhh,  I didn't realize you'd jump on it.  Be certain 2 email your seller and ask about the degree of marking/writing.  That's the only issue I had w/my first order.  From that point forward, I knew 2 ask exactly what the seller meant about 'like new'.

Are you taking the Feb test?

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Here is a list of Assumption problems for PrepTests 19 - 43:

PT#, Sec#, Q#
19, 4, 4
19, 4, 14
20, 1, 3
20, 4, 8
21, 2, 3
21, 2, 6
22, 2, 1
22, 4, 2
22, 4, 11
23, 3, 3
23, 2, 5
23, 2, 6
24, 3, 5
24, 3, 13
25, 2, 6
26, 2, 7
26, 3, 9
26, 3, 11
26, 2, 13
27, 4, 4
27, 1, 13
29, 4, 5
30, 4, 1
20, 4, 15
31, 2, 2
31, 3, 11
32, 1, 1
32, 1, 5
32, 4, 7
32, 4, 16
33, 3, 11
34, 3, 11
36, 1, 3
37, 4, 23
38, 1, 1
38, 1, 14
39, 4, 4
40, 1, 5
41, 1, 6
41, 2, 22
42, 4, 2
43, 3, 1
43, 3, 16

Heck, my scanner is not working or else I'd send you the list from Kaplan's Qrater.  In Kaplan's LSAT Complete w/Qrater it lists the Questions by topic and difficulty.  With it you'd beable to drill on the exact question type.  I'll keep trying 2 get my scanner 2 work, but don't hold your breath.


Also check out Kaplan's Big Orange.  It has the questions divided by types and gives explanations.  You can probably get it off ebay.com or amazon.com  I was able to get it off ebay.  Hope this helps...

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Howard?
« on: December 10, 2006, 12:31:44 PM »
You'd definitely be an IN, so be certain 2 apply.  Howard's law program is top rated and from what I've read the connection to Capital Hill is phenomenon.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: LGB vs. Big fat genius guide to Logic Games
« on: November 27, 2006, 10:26:00 PM »
i'm interested in this as well, so i'm bumping this thread for discussion. i already own lgb and just bought bfg.

Since you have BFG and LGB, what are your thoughts?  On another board a few people recommended the BFG.  They felt LGB had to many rules (mostly the inferences/deductions)?  What's unique about BFG?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: June 2007
« on: November 27, 2006, 10:23:01 PM »
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Quote from: newme165

Does anyone know how and where to get NOVA material. I keep hearing about it, but when I look it up I can't find it.

Check out Amazon.com (search: NOVA Master the LSAT) or ebay.com (Search: LSAT) for better pricing...

Also, search for Kaplan's Big Orange. The Big Orange Book divides LG, LR, and RC by sections and difficulty, which is a great tool for targeting specific areas.

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I purchased a timer from TJMAX for $5.  It's actually a Pocket Fat Analyzer.lol  I took the back off and removed the thing-a-ma-jig and it doesn't beep.  Perhaps yours has a small thing-a-ma-jig that can be removed.  I don't know the name, but it's within a black casing.  I removed it, then there was another thing (flat, with silver on one side) that fitted against the metal.  This flat thinggy caused the beeping noise.  Just thought....

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