« on: December 21, 2007, 10:30:40 PM »
yep, i'm just here temporarily because my gf is in grad school here. what's cadillac ranch like? it just looks like a tex-mex food place, am i thinking of the same place?
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« on: December 21, 2007, 10:15:12 PM »
I want to work for a test prep company for a little while because my score was high enough and it sounds like an easy job, but is the demand for teachers high enough so it's fairly easy to get one of these jobs? How quickly can you get hired...is it a long process? I don't want to have to interview at a bunch of different places and do all kinds of training just for a 5hr/week job.
Is it possible to get a lot of hours, by the way, and is it possible to work for multiple companies at once to get the hours?
I also live in a small city so that might hamper me.
Anyone in here have this job?
« on: December 21, 2007, 09:25:38 PM »
Yes, I have a Mac too. Whew. Also, when you look under "signature preview" mode in Adobe, it doesn't show up.
Of course I was thinking, they're cruel enough to mess with me for no reason.
So, you're for sure it doesn't show up on a PC? I got my score and everything just fine so I don't think it's a big deal. Come to think of it, when I checked my score for the first time I was on a PC and I don't remember noticing anything weird.
Just apply everywhere. There's only like 15 schools? Or less? I get the feeling that UNB or USask are even less picky than Windsor.
Even if you get a 158 or something, I'm sure if you write some heartwarming essay about your lifelong passion for establishing protected refuges for gay Aboriginal polar bears in the human rights charter you could get into Ottawa or UVic just fine
1) Isn't this board about reality? Except for that Julie Fern character who smears poop all over herself while riding a donkey?
2) If you care that much about the LSAT, another shot at it won't kill you.
3) I know 3 or 4 points makes a huge difference, but my point is that's basically out of your control, unless you're hitting a 180 every time in practice. Scale, your own strengths/weaknesses, you name it...if I got -5 on one PT and -7 wrong on another, those are fairly comparable performances, but -5 has been a 177 and -7 has been a 170. If you are good at the LSAT you should get the score you want, but it might not happen every time.
Also: This is an entirely different topic, but the scale depends on many things completely independent of how hard the test was.