« on: March 16, 2009, 09:45:29 AM »
Yo, man, WELCOME BACK!!!
I wish you all the best, but I'm confused. I remember reading your posts back about a year ago, and I seem to recall that you already got into some law schools, didn't you?
Did you just decline the offers of admission? Are you aiming for a better score so that you can get into a higher-tiered school?
Me, I rocked the LSAT, but I think I'm going to a lower-ranked school because the scholarship's good there. I know that we'll all get licensed when it's all said and done, and I have plenty of connections to get a good job, so I'm gonna take the money and run.
I wish you the best. I hope you're doing well. I look forward to seeing where you go and I'd be interested in learning why you didn't go to the schools that accepted you already.
Yeah, I got accepted to Hofstra, was going to attend. Decided not to the 2nd day of orientation due to some personal reasons i would like not to make public. I had to move out and all. It was rough, nothing academic, legal or any problems like that, just personal life.
I want to re-take to get into a school that is a little closer that I can commute to from the Jersey Shore like Rutgers-Newark, Seton Hall or even in Manhattan. Staten Island is way too far and way too annoying of a commute.
Want to go up about 6 points. I took a practice test after not looking at LSAT for a year and scored 3 points lower than I got on my actual LSAT. (-3) so, Im looking at needing to just work on a few areas to raise my score. LG is my strongest.