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Bought her some See's Candies (soft centers?! - I can't believe she's my real mother).  I also bought her a birthday card.  No, it wasn't her birthday - prior to purchasing, I just read everything in the card EXCEPT the final greeting.  She got a kick out of it, though, so all was well.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: First Practice LSAT Score 160...
« on: May 12, 2008, 08:04:29 AM »
For the Logic Games, get your hands on the NEW PowerScore Logic Games Bible (the new edition was published earlier this year).  As for the Reading Comprehension section, I heard Nova's Master the LSAT has some good stuff to assist you on the Reading Comprehension section.  Good luck in your studying!

I was facing a similar choice and I'm choosing to take the LSAT in October.  I see no need to rush things, and if I end up being unhappy with my October score, I have no problem waiting another year to apply.  I'd rather take my time and do things right the first time instead of rushing things and testing poorly.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: LSAT June 1996 form: 7LSS32
« on: April 21, 2008, 02:34:43 PM »
I just worked on this practice test over the weekend, and here's how I remember setting it up:

Possibility #1:

__S/_  __S__  /S_R/  __R__  _/R__
__L__  __L__  __P/_  __P__  _/P__
    M          Tu         W          Th         F

Possibility #2:

__S/_  __S__  _/S__  __R__  __R__
_____  __L__  __L__  __P__  __P__
    M          Tu         W          Th         F

There are a very limited number of possibilities with this game because the first and third rules.  There has to be at least two days following the last day on which lighting is scheduled, as you need at least two days to schedule two consecutive days of both Production and Rehersals.  Lighting is therefore limited to two possibilities: it can be scheduled for either Monday and Tuesday or Tuesday and Wednesday.  If Lighting were scheduled for Thursday or Friday, then there wouldn't be enough days to schedule Production and Rehersals.

Law School Admissions / Re: Double Major
« on: April 21, 2008, 11:32:32 AM »
Thanks, again.  I really just need to get my sh*t together and ACTUALLY get my LSDAS computated.

Law School Admissions / Re: Double Major
« on: April 21, 2008, 11:05:57 AM »
Thanks!  Just to clarify, I wasn't awarded either degree until the conclusion of my Spring 2007 quarter.

Law School Admissions / Double Major
« on: April 21, 2008, 10:53:25 AM »
Hello All,

I think I've already found the answer, but I'm hoping to get some clarification.  Here's my situation: I received both a B.A. in Communications and a B.A. in History during my five years of undergrad (both at the same institution).  I wrapped up all of the required courses for my Communications degree after my Fall 2006 quarter, and I finished the courses for my History degree after my Spring 2007 quarter.  My question is this: In the computation of my LSDAS GPA, will they include courses taken during my last two quarters (Winter 2007 and Spring 2007) while I was still working towards my B.A. in History even though I had already obtained one degree (a B.A. in Communications)?  Any insight would be greatly appreciated!

I'm new to this board and far from being a wizard on the LSAT, but I'm pretty good at the Logic Games.  I'd love to help you, but I'm not sure if this particualr Logic Game is from a prep book or a practice test.  Let me know, and maybe I can help out.

i like my professors, i find them all interesting and chat with them out of class sometimes. its just, that alot of them remind me alot of myself and i think that if i were in their position i would be thinking, "jesus, will this kid ask me for a reccomendation and leave me alone during my office hours already?"

I felt the same way.  Since I worked during the day, I only went to visit my professors during their office hours when I abosultely needed to.  I would feel kind of phony staying after class just to shoot the sh*t with a professor unless I was genuinely interested in something.  I guess I was always afraid of giving off the wrong impresson.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: June LSAT vs. October LSAT
« on: April 04, 2008, 10:34:26 AM »
Thanks for the insight!  I ended up re-scheduling for the June LSAT, so hopefully I can get my ass in gear and be ready by then.  If not, then I guess there's always October!

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