Purty lady, when did BC let you know you got in and if you don't mind what were your stats?
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It depends on your goals. If you just want median, MS Word should be fine. If you're shooting for top 10%, I'd use OneNote.
depends on school, lsat, undergrad gpa and rank...i go to a school in the 60s with a 3.2 curve...i had a 3.8 first semester last yr, was top 6%...applied gulc early..got deferred then wait listed after second semester left me with a 3.6...sat on wait list all summer then finally rejected...i am convinced my low lsat and poor undergrad gpa (2.7) was the deciding factor...