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Studying for the LSAT / Testmaster Lesson 1 Homework
« on: July 16, 2006, 08:46:19 PM »
Could someone help me diagram #19 on the homework about the teachers helping students become effective learners.

Can someone recommend a personal statement service?  I have an incredible topic and need some guidance where to begin, what to cover, etc.  I feel my ps will bring together my entire application if approached and written correctly.  If anyone has any experience/comments on Anna Ivey, Deloggio, or someone else it will be greatly appreciated.

I finished working through this chapter in the LRB and some do have conclusions. 

I am working through the LR.  On page 74 for it says that "many Must Be True stimuli are fact sets."  Does this mean that some may have a conclusion or will they always be sets of facts?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: ADDERALL????????? WHY NOT?????
« on: September 11, 2005, 03:07:45 PM »
I took Ritalin for my second TM diagonostic. I could not concentrate and I had to read everything 2 or 3 times because I was reading so fast that I really missed the details of the what the logical reasoning and reading comp passages were saying.  Needless to say I bombed it.  So if you are going to try it definitely try it prior to taking the LSAT in October.  If I had waited until test day to experiment I would have been screwed.

Studying for the LSAT / December 2004 Answers & Scale?
« on: September 10, 2005, 11:09:26 AM »
Just took the December 2004 LSAT (3rd diagnostice with TM).  Does nyone have the answers for the last 2 sections (gmaes and logical reasoning) as well as the scale?  I found the answers for the first 2 sections but can't find the last 2.  Thanks.

Law School Admissions / Re: How to clean up your credit
« on: September 07, 2005, 11:54:23 AM »
CMRR stands for certified mail return receipt requested.  Basically, the credit reporting agency (CRA) has to sign for the letter you mailed to them.  If you send something to a CRA that is not sent CMRR they will deny ever receiving it.  Also, when you dispute something with a CRA they have 35 days to respond.  If they fail to respond under FCRA they have to delete the item you disputed.  Therefore, the CMRR serves as proof that you actually sent the CRA something in writing and it serves as the timeframe the CRA has to respond.  For example if you mailed something on September 1, the CRA has until September 31 plus 5 days to respond.  If they fail to respond and you file a complaint in district court, the CMRR considered an official document and will used as evidence in court that the CRA violated the FCRA.  Without it you're basically screwed.

My opinion is to take it again.  I am also enrolled in TM.  I purposefully ignored a majority of the homework and concentrated only on logical reasoning given that it is my weakest area and makes up 50% of the test.  I shouldn't say that I ignored the rest of the homework because I did also get a majority of the games down but I did not spend as much time as I should have on the other areas.  Next time I take it I plan of reviewing logical reasoning and spending more time on reading comp and games.  It was just to much to learn in such a short period.

Law School Admissions / Re: How to clean up your credit
« on: September 04, 2005, 07:57:17 PM »
Never place any kind of comment on your credit report, ever.  By doing so you are basically saying that the item is yours.  Dispute everything as not yours.  When you send anything to the cra's always send cmrr and save all paperwork and receipts.  If you do it correctly you can get everything off your credit report.  Trust me.

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