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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Thoughts on Sopranos Series Finale?
« on: June 17, 2007, 11:31:18 PM »
Very unrealistic show at the end. First of the whole episode was not in first person.  The scene before showed AJ  in the BMW.  So how can the screen go blank if he got shot? The bullet went through Tony and AJ lol.

Second.  How did the memebers only guy know Tony was going at the resturant. They decided to eat there last second. Is the members only guy a future teller?




The show is just a dumb nonsense ending for idiots in english classes to discuss. No right answer. No wrong answer. 



Too bad i watched the show for so long. I should  of known of these altenative mystery endings would happen. Thats what i get for watching  a mafia show.


And no boss of family is going to eat in public just after another families boss gets wacked. And if someone was going to wack a boss it would not be in a public resturant.Not one  where they decided last second.

It's clear to all of us you are not one of those "idiots in english classes."


It is clear to me that you mom wish she just  had an a abortion. You are a social misfit.

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Thoughts on Sopranos Series Finale?
« on: June 17, 2007, 11:14:48 PM »
Very unrealistic show at the end. First of the whole episode was not in first person.  The scene before showed AJ  in the BMW.  So how can the screen go blank if he got shot? The bullet went through Tony and AJ lol.

Second.  How did the memebers only guy know Tony was going at the resturant. They decided to eat there last second. Is the members only guy a future teller?




The show is just a dumb nonsense ending for idiots in english classes to discuss. No right answer. No wrong answer. 



Too bad i watched the show for so long. I should  of known of these altenative mystery endings would happen. Thats what i get for watching  a mafia show.


And no boss of family is going to eat in public just after another families boss gets wacked. And if someone was going to wack a boss it would not be in a public resturant.Not one  where they decided last second.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: LSAC Prep Materials Recommendation?
« on: June 17, 2007, 11:14:55 AM »
Super prep is not very good. The explanations are generic. Its a book for people who can not afford to take a prep class. The test are good pratice. But you can find them for free online and a prep course will give you the test.

You have proved yourself to be an idiot once again. 
The Superprep book is very good.  There is a lot of insightful information in it.

Are you drunk when you post?


You are the pillar of an idiot. You hear what someone else says. And you belive it. Super prep is generic.  It does not help  you with studying. If someone wants the main part of the book where they are teaching you the basics its on the LSAC website. The three test it includes can be found online for free. And any prep company will give you those three Feb test.



The book is for people who can not afford many test prep materials. And do not know about laws4.net. The book main content is three test and explanations.


BUT HEY YOUR GROUP THINK ADVICE IS WELCOME HERE.

Some people might not like stealing.


Whatever. The book is good for people who do not have a lot of money to spend on the LSAT and do not want to steal test lol.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: LSAC Prep Materials Recommendation?
« on: June 17, 2007, 11:12:13 AM »
Super prep is not very good. The explanations are generic. Its a book for people who can not afford to take a prep class. The test are good pratice. But you can find them for free online and a prep course will give you the test.

You have proved yourself to be an idiot once again. 
The Superprep book is very good.  There is a lot of insightful information in it.

Are you drunk when you post?


You are the pillar of an idiot. You hear what someone else says. And you belive it. Super prep is generic.  It does not help  you with studying. If someone wants the main part of the book where they are teaching you the basics its on the LSAC website. The three test it includes can be found online for free. And any prep company will give you those three Feb test. Infact the LSAC website instructions is better than super prep because it includes the new RC. And its free.



The book is for people who can not afford many test prep materials. And do not know about laws4.net. The book main content is three test and explanations.


BUT HEY YOUR GROUP THINK ADVICE IS WELCOME HERE.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: TEST PREP COURSES RECOMMEND
« on: June 16, 2007, 03:06:04 PM »
I never said that. I have not taken it. I said it looks better by their strucuture. At least for games. Powerscore only offers 1 lesson per style of games.

I say go take it!  Then come back and tell us what you think.   :)

A lot of people in college park have taken it. I will say 95 percent. A lot do well. Some do not. But it is group think to say PS IS ONE OF THE BEST.


And i will continue to say it. I would shut up if it was just me. But i took it twice. And no one was impressed with the course.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: TEST PREP COURSES RECOMMEND
« on: June 16, 2007, 03:03:35 PM »
The implication is clear that you believe Kaplan to be better than the other courses, Primetime. Indeed, you've explicitly stated this numerous times. Don't prevaricate.

I never said that. I have not taken it. I said it looks better by their strucuture. At least for games. Powerscore only offers 1 lesson per style of games.

The Kaplan Extreme overs like 12. I was impressed. And i read their books the content is basically the same besides the little nicknames they have.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: TEST PREP COURSES RECOMMEND
« on: June 16, 2007, 03:00:30 PM »

Again you are a victim of group think. Kaplan makes more money than everyone else.So they can give you options. They have an extreme class of 105 course hours over from mid july to september 20th. That is 25 more hours than any other course.


Or you can take the regular class. That is 40 hours.   Post the truth.

McDonalds makes more money than any other restaurant chain.  Therefore their food is better.

Walmart makes more money than any other retail chain.  Therefore their merchandise is better.



Did i say better? YOU IDIOT. I SAID MORE OPTIONS. ITS CALLED RC. I thought you were a teacher?
huh?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: TEST PREP COURSES RECOMMEND
« on: June 16, 2007, 02:53:28 PM »
I think that negative reviews of Kaplan are correlated with the fact that the students who pick Kaplan are different from those who pick TM or PS. Kaplan is in your face everywhere, but TM and PS is not, so those who pick TM or PS generally gotta research the LSAT and different courses. So, a person who picks TM r PS has a different minds set and the way they look at the test, i.e. more serious. And when you have a better student body teaching is much easier, and since most mediocre students pick KAplan, when they do badly, they do start bitching about how bad the course was instead of thinking what they have or have not done themselves to improve.

Also, I have not seen any Kaplan's or TPR's prep material, but is it really so different from TM and PS? LSAT is a standardized test, so how diffirent can the info presented about the test be?It's like comparing different Math books, they all teach the same stuff, just word it differently.


No offense, but this is some of the most convulted and illogical reasoning I've ever seen.  

I will agree that TM and PS students tend to be more serious, and to research the courses more carefully.  Presumably, it therefore means something that they consistently take, and recommend, TM/PS.  

Moreover, if we accept your premise regarding this, would it be better to be in a course with serious, postive students, focused on learning the material, or with "medicore" students who don't really care?  I've gotta think the former is a more positive educational experience.  

I actually do think Kaplan/PR might be a better course for a student who just wants more superficial prep, because TM/PS might be too long and involved for them.  However, for someone who's serious about prepping, and willing to invest considerable time and energy, TM/PS appear to be better options.


Again you are a victim of group think. Kaplan makes more money than everyone else.So they can give you options. They have an extreme class of 105 course hours over from mid july to september 20th. That is 25 more hours than any other course.


Or you can take the regular class. That is 40 hours.   Post the truth.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: TEST PREP COURSES RECOMMEND
« on: June 16, 2007, 01:51:25 PM »
Lessons 8-12 are a joke. They involve the writing sample, pattern games, mapping games and stuff you will most likely never see on the LSAT again.

If someone did the research they would see that  you are paying for powerscore to say the bibles out loud to you in lessons 1-7. THATS IT.

We got it the first time.  Go away.


I will post as much as i want you cracker

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