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Studying for the LSAT / 2 questions please: Time and Score/changes
« on: June 30, 2008, 09:01:43 PM »
So I am studying for the Oct. LSAT and I'm taking the testmaster course(starts on July 28)

My two questions after self-studying is this:

Q1:I am slow as do I speed up and not run out of time, because I usually get most questions correct but by the time I'm at question 16/17 my 35mins is up...I'm getting discouraged and actually stuffed my face out of depression. SO not only I;m I slow, Im now 10 pounds heavier

Q2: How long does it take to start seeing improvements/results in ones score I'm not seeing anything great at all right now, even though I feel like I understand this stuff a lot more than I did when I took my first practice test in Dec (kaplan)

Side note: I have only been studying(semi hard) for a week, but still I want results NOW!!

Law School Admissions / Re: WHERE SHOULD I APPLY GPA:3.6, LSAT:???
« on: June 21, 2008, 12:29:28 PM »
thanks!!! that was helpful...I guess I'm off to making the LSAT my female dog, at least I hope so

Law School Admissions / WHERE SHOULD I APPLY GPA:3.6, LSAT:???
« on: June 21, 2008, 12:10:26 PM »
Hello All,

So I'm taking the October LSAT, but I want to start on the applications as early as possible, like now!!!

I have a 3.6, which is okay, but I'm hoping/ working on getting a 170 (or better) on the LSAT, but since I have not taken it yet, I don't even know what schools to set my eyes on yet. I'm in kind of a limbo..does anyone have any suggestion of what to do?


Studying for the LSAT / LSAC Question(s)
« on: May 25, 2008, 11:59:05 PM »
So I'm applying for Fall 09, and I'm taking the October LSAT, I have an account on LSAC already but when should I really start filling out stuff on the website?

Law School Admissions / Re: Fall 2008 Applications Available??
« on: May 25, 2008, 11:36:58 PM »
Are the PS questions for the different schools really that different? Can I just write one question??

Type #3 (BIGLAW) The problem with BIGLAW women (not all, but many from what I've heard), is the the traits that got them there, and make them good lawyers are simply not argumentative, power hungry, selfish, independent, controlling and competitive...

These are all traits that a "Biglaw" guy has...what makes you think any woman wants a person like this also.

I agree with a handful of ppl on here, why would a "biglaw" person want to marry another...that's just dumb...and you're asking for an unhappy marriage.

Biglaw + jobless spouse= happy ever after!! ;)

Law School Admissions / Re: Do the titles of courses matter?
« on: February 02, 2008, 06:57:23 PM »
do law schools even get your transcript? I thought all they got was the LSAC report these are the kinds of people going to law school

if tomatoes are fruits, why is it an ingredient in those V(vegetable)8 drinks.

I think tomatoes are one of those things that fit into both categories, like a bisexual fruit/vegetable.

Anyways, like most people I wish Pizzas were vegetables, but the gods of healthy-eating will not allow this.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Right from the BEGINNING!
« on: January 19, 2008, 06:10:12 PM »
why do I get the feeling this person is working for powerscore

The sky is the limit. I say apply at the T14, across the board. One of them is bound to pick you up. You seem like a very interesting person with such a compelling life story that its hard to imagine that more than half will turn you down. Just hang in there, man. Don't let these downers get you... down. You can do anything if you set your  mind to it. See you at Michigan!

Spot on! Tetris is absolutely right. You have to believe to achieve! Dreams do come true if you keep believing in yourself. Anything is possible!

Just to be safe i would apply to a couple of safeties in the 15-30 range. You don't want to put all your eggs in the proverbial t14 basket.

Great advice, can't believe I didn't think about it myself.

Some more advice I thought of too: think about rainbows. If you think about rainbows and wish upon a falling star, anything can happen. You just need to believe in yourself.

What a bunch of fools!!! And these people want to be lawyers...anyways...I say just look at schools median LSAT/GPA and go from there! your bum off for three months, and attempt to get a better LSAT, I KNOW it is possible. My professor last quarter got a 155 the first time she took the LSAT, after studying hard for months, she shot up to a 172 and got a law degree from Boalt!!!

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