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As much cache as the poignant story of synchronized diving has, I want out. 


Law School Admissions / Any future trial lawyers here?
« on: August 26, 2004, 07:14:22 PM »

Law School Admissions / Who goes to Pepperdine?
« on: August 26, 2004, 07:01:59 PM »
Malibu- Now that's high living.  How is it, Pepper Shakers? 

do lawyers have anything analogous to the Hippocratic oath

Law School Admissions / noell: where are you applying
« on: August 25, 2004, 11:00:19 PM »
yes you!

Ok, it's not a big deal, but look at how he said it.  "Public good"?  Hmm... I paid 50 bucks to be part of this "public" that would benefit from the Logic Games Bible.  Very well-written book, though.

Thanks for your message and your kind comments. I have reviewed the
issue you referenced on page 148, and you are correct: the two diagrams
should be reversed. I will have that correction posted today. Thank you
very much for pointing that out to me.

Regarding personal acknowledgement for submitted corrections, we have
decided not to follow that path. Please let me explain why. We look at
LSAT preparation as an education endeavor, not a competition to point
out mistakes and then get credit for them. We hope that in the spirit of
the public good that individuals will point out errors to us for
posting. If not, we expect that they will be found anyway as the book is
used by our students and teachers.

With your question on strengthening arguments, I am not sure which page
you are referring to. If you could tell me exactly what page you are
referencing, then I would be happy to provide you with more context for
the comments.


Dave Killoran
Director, Course Development

Studying for the LSAT / LR question-HELP PLEASE!
« on: August 25, 2004, 04:04:35 PM »
Please diagram these sentences for me, and tell me what is wrong with them.

"The only plants in the garden were tulips, but they were tall tulips.  So the only plants in the graden were tall plants."

I went to the Kaplan test site review center, and the one I am signed up for has consistently bad reviews (I should have signed up earlier).  Anyway, I don't want to be an a-hole about it, but this is my damn LSAT we're talking about here (you know, that 80% of my admissions?).  The reviews say the proctors are not very professional, and use an analog clock, and also cut off people a couple minutes too early.  This makes a difference.  I'm sure there are other people who might encounter the same thing.  How can I suggest beforehand that a proctor use a digital clock that I hand them, or make sure no interruptions are allowed?  The reviews consistently say that the proctors were not given the proper training, and did not seem to care.  What should I say beforehand? 

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