« on: March 19, 2007, 04:42:02 PM »
You mean that skyscraper thing? Let's not define the quality of a law school's building relative to that one...it would be hard to look bad in that case.
Was Vandy nice enough to sway either of you from Cornell?I haven't visited Cornell yet, so I can't say for certain. I agree with most of the positive points in SugarJ's review, so Vandy wouldn't be a terrible place to be for 3 years. But I am hoping that Cornell would be a better fit for me. Not sure about the coldness, mostly.
Many of the tests in recent years have had 3 games that are linear in nature and only 1 grouping game. It looks like recent tests have been leaning more heavily towards linear games but as you have probably seen there are tests with 2 grouping and 2 linear.
Overall there have been more linear based than grouping based games but you never what you will get on test day. You need to make sure you are familiar with all major game varieties.
Grouping games are generally harder than linear games so make sure you don't neglect them. You don't want one hard game to ruin the section and ruin the day for you.
Is there something particularly offensive about calling someone something that he/she obviously is not? Edwards is married with kids. Despite his fantastic hair, everyone, even Ann, knows hes not gay. Sooo she called him a faggot, people call Bush a nazi and war crimminal all the time, both equally untrue statements. Will you all get up an arms about such comments that serve only to cheapen the severity of the holocaust?