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Studying for the LSAT / LSAT practice tests
« on: December 17, 2007, 03:44:42 PM »
I bought the next 10 lsats book (tests 29-28, roughly from 1999 to 2002) and have started practicing.. It has crossed my mind that these could be outdated tests, so would it be worth it to get some more recent tests, or will these be alright?

Also, on my first test today, i started at 830 and missed 7 on the first section, 5 on the next three sections combined. If its from being so early, is there anyway to combat this?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: February LSAT 2008 Admissions
« on: December 17, 2007, 03:28:48 PM »
february test be hardest ever.

you say this everytime someone asks a question about the february test, then when they ask why, you respond with some incoherent gibberish that I don't really understand, as you probably will to this question... can you explain why its going to be the hardest ever?

absolutely.

lol

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I voted yes, but I want it to be noted that I think its the state's individual responsibilities and not the fed's.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: February LSAT 2008 Admissions
« on: December 17, 2007, 01:16:06 PM »
february test be hardest ever.

you say this everytime someone asks a question about the february test, then when they ask why, you respond with some incoherent gibberish that I don't really understand, as you probably will to this question... can you explain why its going to be the hardest ever?

Julie Fern is a resident LSD troll.

every test "be hardest ever"

ok, thats what i figured, thanks

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: February LSAT 2008 Admissions
« on: December 17, 2007, 01:14:03 PM »
february test be hardest ever.

you say this everytime someone asks a question about the february test, then when they ask why, you respond with some incoherent gibberish that I don't really understand, as you probably will to this question... can you explain why its going to be the hardest ever?

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Law School Applications / Re: how accurate are the admissions calculators?
« on: December 16, 2007, 03:45:51 PM »


the issue i have is that there are very few applicants on LSN with my numbers (horrible UGPA due to stupidity during freshman year, and decent enough LSAT[163] for the schools to which i want to apply...low T2 schools, mostly). i know that these things don't factor in things such as grade trends, soft factors, and whatnot, but i can't stand not knowing anything about my chances of getting into schools. i go insane having zero idea as to what's going to happen.

what you can do is use the lsn index calculator... this will find the index(ration between lsat and gpa) you would have with the school, and compare this to the indexes that people have that are getting accepted and rejected.. imo, the index is more important than the actual numbers of lsat and gpa

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before law school i'm traveling to new zealand.. my gf wants us to stay together while i do that.. yeah, right... just gotta figure out how to break it to her

How long will you be there? And if you feel that way, why not break up now?

13 months...

Are you going to be in NZ for 13 months or traveling all over the place? I've been to AUS/NZ a couple of times and am really considering moving down there in the next 10 years. You'll love it!

yeah, pretty much only NZ, maybe a little OZ and some of the rest of the South Pacific. Words can not describe how excited I am.

Whats your favorite place in NZ?

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Law School Applications / Re: School Index
« on: December 14, 2007, 01:17:48 PM »
thanks both... time to toy with that for a couple hours and put off studying for my last final

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Law School Applications / School Index
« on: December 14, 2007, 01:11:09 PM »
how do students know what their index is at certain schools when applying? Do the school inform them, or is there a formula that can be found online for every school?

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before law school i'm traveling to new zealand.. my gf wants us to stay together while i do that.. yeah, right... just gotta figure out how to break it to her

How long will you be there? And if you feel that way, why not break up now?

13 months... because I really like her and we have a great time together... for me, i guess relationships aren't about future potential but about being happy today... I would be less happy, and so would she, if we broke up now...

btw... i did break it to her... she took it well and wants to do stay together as long as possible as well

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