« on: August 05, 2007, 01:19:02 AM »
Ok, I was kind of thinking the same thing. However when I saw the link on the website I just assumed they put it up early. Thanks for the help!
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Maybe I'm just missing something here, but I just want to make sure I'm not going blind. When I go to the University of Houston website, http://www.law.uh.edu/admissions/, it prompts you to click on the 2008 pdf application. It takes you through LSDAS and says the application can be found from there. But for the life of me, I can't find the link anywhere...
Can someone please clue me into what I'm missing here??
I wanted to see if you all think getting the LR Bible would help me out with my scores on that section. To give you all a little background here, I've been studying for the LSAT off and on for the past 6 months or so. I'm taking a Kaplan Prep Course and have seen improvement in my LG and RC sections. With that being said, I'm still only getting between 9 - 13 questions right (on average) in each LR section.
I've been working through several practice tests and reviewing my mistakes but don't seem to be making any improvement. Now I'm taking the LSAT in Sept., so do you all think that at this point it would be benefitial to crack open the LR Bible and go to work??
« on: August 02, 2007, 07:19:38 PM »
I've been working on the sections in between taking summer school and working (which really doesn't give me much time at all) But I'm taking a Kaplan course and the lady teaching it is really helping me grasp the concepts better than before I took the class. I've got the LR Bible I'm trying to crack open...in the meantime I've just been plowing through different prep tests and just focusing on sections that I'm weak on.
My two previous LSAT's haven't been as high as I was looking for. But I'm really trying to just buckle down and keep moving forward. The concepts are bound to click soon enough, and in the meantime I'm just trying to fine tune my studying.
Hey ya'll. I've got a question about the letters of recommendation that I was hoping someone could answer. On the basic LOR from, it has the area where the applicant signs and dates before giving to the LOR reference. Is this necessary to do, or should I just go ahead and leave it blank??
I realize this may be a straightforward question, but I'm working on getting all my LOR's going before school start...and so that I have plenty of time in case one of my LOR writers takes a while.
Thanks in advance