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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Princeton review vs. Kaplan
« on: December 07, 2006, 02:07:02 PM »
I also recommend Powerscore.  I did not use Princeton Review, but I bought Kaplan's book and it was terrible compared to the Powerscore books.  Kaplan ommitted way too many details that Powerscore stressed...after five minutes it was obvious which was better.  With such a disparity in the written materials, I see no reason the classes would be any different.

Reviews, Visits, and Rankings / Re: When to visit
« on: December 07, 2006, 01:54:14 PM »
yeah, I am waiting for acceptances and then using vacation time to road trip it for a week this spring.  I would say that if you visit while your app is pending, as long as you are well-informed, interesting, ask good questions, etc. that it will probably help your application by showing your enthusiasm in the school.

Let me preface this by saying that I am from Ohio, but I hate Ohio State (yes, we do exist)...

The answer is obviously Ohio State.  They have displayed no weakness all year, with the exception being the fact that they let Michigan back into that game in the 4th quarter.  Florida, on the other hand, lost a tough game and was very fortunate to beat Tennessee and South Carolina.  I agree that Florida had a tougher schedule and has great individual stars, but they will need all the big plays to go their way and a defensive miracle to pull off the upset.  The funny thing about the Buckeyes is that there has not been one point all year where you said "wow they might actually lose today"...they have been simply dominant.

Also, nobody repeats in college basketball...the nature of the ncaa tourney makes it too tough.  I think it has only happened once in the last 30 years.  Again, edge goes to OSU.

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