Pump Up The Jam
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Pump Up The Jam
So if my EFC can "potentially" cover a school's budget (even though the parentals aren't contributing), I'm not eligible for any Stafford money?
I was under the impression that virtually any citizen can borrow the $20,500/yr, and that the only difference that income or EFC makes is whether $8,500 of that is unsubsidized or not.
Could someone please tell me why do people go crazy over rankings I've heard of people giving up full ride scholarships to big public universities to come out with six figure debt This doesn't make sense to me when the object of life is to stay debt free and live in peace. Who wants to be a slave to a lender. I'm a newbie at this whole law school rankings mess Someone give me the info on this
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Went to Berkeley had a 3.64 but my LSAC GPA is 3.75 (cc classes in HS). My LSAT was 161. I've applied to UC Hastings, Davis, LA and Berkeley (of course), Wisconsin, Tulane, Colorado - Boulder, Univ of Pacific - McGeorge. Will apply to Loyola Marymount soon. I wanted to know what people thought of my chances at these places and any other suggestions for applications specifically safety schools or likely targets.
I think the new comparative reading is meant to increase the difficulty of the RC section by a good bit. I haven't heard about the other sections changing, though.
Definitely, the older games are harder and not always exactly related to the skills in the newer ones. You can toy with them, but the 40 and 50-series Preptests are going to be the closest to the real deal. With that said, I also found the 40s pretty easy and the Sept. 2007 test a bit harder than them, so anything can happen.
They sent me an e-mail saying that they have reviewed my application but they would like to see my Fall 2007 grades. I am treating that as a deferral because they have reviewed my application and decided not to make a decsion
I'm pretty sure they asked for everyone's grades, seeing as the letter I got pretty much said "If you're an undergrad at Iowa, you can basically ignore this" and I'm an undergrad at Iowa.
*Reading is different on the new test, which is my main reason for saving the newer tests till the end. You don't want to be doing old RC style practice in the week leading up to the test and then be hit with a different style of questions on test day.