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Non-Traditional Students / Re: Balancing law school and family life
« on: February 28, 2008, 11:44:42 PM »
i have the same situation;

last month i just bought a house and we have a 6 months' baby; it's hard for me to study and work at the same time---pay mortgage,pay other bills/ plus, pay the damn tuition---it's hard,what can we do ?  just do it

i have a fulltime job,too; it's hard,( every day i have to drive an hour from my new bought home to my company;
anyway,cherish your time; i plan to take JUNE test,too

Oh Canada! / Re: i am 32 yrs now, should i go to study law? plus,i am
« on: August 17, 2007, 12:10:43 AM »
for reading, i mean, it's ok; because i prepared for GRE before; however, there is still room for me to improve my RC in LSAT.

thanks for your suggestions

thanks a lot,guys;

i am using <THE official LSAT TEST> (JUNE 2002);

so,i will take your suggestion: finish the test untimed;

definately i need buy more books.  ( i ordered from LSAT already);

plus, i borrwoed some from library and my friends;

cheer up.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Logic Games- worst performance?
« on: August 16, 2007, 11:20:38 PM »
bt, can you kindly tell us how can u perform well in logic reasoning? thanks .. what kind of books did u think that help u to improve in logic reasoning?

i have been working on LSAT for almost 1 month, -( have a full time job); just last night i did the test of June,2002;  i finshed the test according the time;  but i only got 40 correct answers!!!

i felt very very disappointed, how about you guys performance?? thanks

do u think how much i can improve in the next 2 months?  thx

Studying for the LSAT / Re: When will I see improvement??
« on: August 09, 2007, 11:27:06 PM »
the 1st.2nd test u shhould try to finish it according to the time (35 m)/ then,u would have idea how many points u can get now/what's your weakness...

then, in the next 5 weeks don't rush to do the test again, try to improve step by step/LG....  ( for me,i wanna take Dec, so,maybe this is useful to me);

otherwise u will always feel dispointed...good luck

thank a lot, i will try my best,guys;  now every day i try to study 1-5 hours to prepare for LSAT

wish all you good luck .

Oh Canada! / Re: i am 32 yrs now, should i go to study law? plus,i am
« on: August 09, 2007, 11:10:37 PM »
thanks for your answer; i will try my best to prepare for LSAT first

i am 32 yrs now, should i go to study law? plus,i am a minority...

i immigranted to canada in 2006, now i am working as a survival job because when i first came here i supported my wife to take co-op course,  now she found a decent job; so,it's my turn to go back to school ( i got my master degree in my home country, my university is recognized by canada----my GPA is pretty high, coz i know i used to be a top student);

this year we just bought a single house in toronto,so,i want to ask:
1)  is it possible for me to go to school? i am 32 yrs now, i am preparing for LSAT currently; is it too old for me?
2)   should a lawyer/law student has to be exercellent at spoken English? E is my 2nd language;
3)   if i can go to law school, how can i pay my tuition? coz we have to pay the mortgage,too?  commercial loan? or,grants>>>??

for me,i have to work while preparing for LSAT  :(

thank you guys for your comments.

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