« on: October 09, 2004, 06:24:37 PM »
I've heard of people appealing a decision for undergrad admission, but never heard of anyone doing this for law school. Is it possible? Or is the decision final.
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I did a practice test today and died on the logic games as usual. After testing, I took another look at the games without the pressure and made all the critical deductions without breaking a sweat. I realized what was killing me all along. The fact that I dive right into a game and try to wing it. So the moral of the story? Relax and make deductions but don't be lazy and try to wing it like me!
« on: September 17, 2004, 02:32:47 AM »
Their bar passage rate is 71% in California, which is higher than USF, Santa Clara, and Loyola- which are all tier 2. I know that the bar pass rate is not the end all mean all, but doesn't it surely mean that they're really on the rise and perhaps even underrated?
« on: August 06, 2004, 07:31:23 AM »
Where is a good testing center for Orange County, California?
My current GPA is 2.975. I've been wanting to break a 3.0 before I apply. The question is, should I wait until my final transcript is released in mid December when I'll have the 3.0 then apply? Or apply once my LSAT score is released mid October with the 2.975?
I'm aiming at tier 2 and 3. I'm taking a TestMasters course, and I'm around low 160s on the practice.