Is there an MPRE equivalent to the PowerScore Bibles??? I need to know. Thanks.
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you could always work for a personal injury lawyer. there are literally thousands of them and the money can actually be better sometimes. it's not complex at all and you have very flexible hrs. i am currenlty a case manager at a PI firm and all we do is settle car wreck cases. they only go to court about 5% of the time and even when they do they're just arguing negligence. depending on the firm's case load you could make 80,000.00 in your first year.
hey, i'm also dealing with this issue. i currently live 60 mi from my school in the town where my wife attends grad school. my wife works full time and attends night classes and i'll be full time in the fall. we thought about moving somewhere in between to cut out one of us having an hour commute, but i thought i would be less of a jerk if i took the full commute since i'll just be doing school. i know the first year is tough, but do you think that my grades will suffer much under these circumstances?
« on: December 03, 2007, 11:07:49 AM »
I have heard that these crash courses really give you a great head start on your first year. has anyone taken one or known someone who has taken one?
hey, the dean of students at my undergrad just sent his LOR in eventhough he said that he would not be able to write one. i really want the admissions committies to read it because i know it is going to be good. However, I have already sent off my app materials. do you think i can forward it late? has anyone experienced the same circumstances?
« on: November 12, 2007, 10:20:58 AM »
hey, I really want to read something to get at least some information before i start school. even though you think there arenít any with substantial info out there, what book would give me a good preview of the first year?