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Messages - Guy Patterson
« on: February 21, 2008, 06:43:22 PM »
I'll post the question on jdunderground if you mail the question to 10 janitors.
Do we have a deal>?
« on: February 21, 2008, 06:18:53 PM »
You equated being a janitor with being a florida coastal graduate...
I stand by my orignal statement
« on: February 21, 2008, 06:08:41 PM »
or i could just forget law school, drop out, and become a janitor....i mean its basically the same as getting a florida coastal degree
Quit being a biatch; you sound like my 13 year old cousin. Man up and quit worrying. With your numbers I'm sure you'll get an acceptance and scholarship to one of your top choices. Unless, of course, your soft factors are anything like your personality in this thread. Sorry for the harsh words - I just don't like it when people bash lower schools.
« on: February 18, 2008, 10:32:57 PM »
improved 10 pts... took the Kaplan course and only used Kaplan materials...
if you are about to say how you hate kaplan...screw off
Speaking of misbubbling...
I actually misbubbled and lost 8 questions to it on my first LSAT. I noticed it because, for one, I missed that many questions in one section; I also had every correct answer one bubble early. That said, I somehow didn't circle an extra bubble on the scantron (25 bubbles for the 25 q's). I've always been told they only score your answer sheet and hand scoring checks to make sure the machine didn't record eraser marks and things like that; I'm fairly certain that is how it is. Anyone think differently?
Also, I retook and happily got 11 points higher.
OU - no question. My motto is "keep your options open", and you won't have near as many options coming out of Tulsa or OCU. I'm from South Texas and there are quite a few OU alumni with great jobs. If you are at the very top of your class you will also have a shot at some good Dallas firms.
I know you want to stay in OKC, but I wouldn't recommend making that decision 3 years before you have to.