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Choosing the Right Law School / NU interview
« on: October 06, 2004, 10:45:28 AM »
Anyone interview at Nortwestern? I have mine coming up and was curios if anyone knew what kind of questions they asked. Also do I need to bring my resume or anything?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: annoying proctors
« on: October 06, 2004, 10:39:56 AM »
I did practice with background noise, I have two houses being built right next door, so I have this constant pounding noise in the background, not to mention the fact that my dogs barked contantly, and my dad always has stupid talk radio on. But this wasn't basic noise, but whatever I don't care to explain/defend my feelings to you.

As for the timer thing, I noticed that with my proctors too. I know we started them at different times but mine always had all this time left when she called time.

Studying for the LSAT / annoying proctors
« on: October 05, 2004, 02:18:44 PM »
My proctors were so annoying. They spent the first half of the test flipping through pages and shuffling around in the fron of the class. Did anyone else have this problem? It made it impossible to concentrate, and my mind just went blank. I thought they were suppose to sit there quietly and not do anything, that is what they do at the GMAT.

Studying for the LSAT / for those that cancelled
« on: October 05, 2004, 02:11:16 PM »
For those of you who are canceling, doesn't it bug you not to ever know how you did? I think it would drive me insane. Like I would almost rather know that I got a 177 and made the stupid mistake of canceling rather than never knowing at all.

Do internships count as work experience? Also what about being the child of an alum, that should count for something, right?  ;)

I cancelled, but, 165-169.

Why did you cancel? If you think you scored 165-169, chances are you probably got higher like in the 175 range.

huh, what kind of logic is that?

I was just saying that most people think they do worse than they really did, plus add in the curve. It was more my opinion than any proven fact.

I cancelled, but, 165-169.

Why did you cancel? If you think you scored 165-169, chances are you probably got higher like in the 175 range.

And seriously guys, don't bash people's politcal views. People have their reasons for who they want to vote for. Except maybe the person who said they would reelect Clinton, because anyone who would reelect a person who openly admitted to using federal money to pay off personal debt and personal spending was some serious moral/ethcial issues.  ::)

If your third recommendation isn't good, I wouldn't even send it.
A "blah" LOR could be worse than not having it at all
It won't be blah at all, but I know the other two will be better because I had 2 classes plus outside of class interaction with them. I wanted to add the third one because the first two are in the same dept. which is also my major, and I wanted to show law schools that I excel in a variety of subjects.

Does anyone know how many law schools actually read? The LSDA said you can get as many as 3, so I chose two professors I know very well and one I know a little less but did really well in his class (second highest grade), but if they only read 2 I would prefer them to read the ones who really know me.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: increased score with more time?
« on: October 03, 2004, 03:00:05 PM »
Anyone on this board would get a 180 if they had unlimited time. The time constraint is 90% of the difficulty or the challenge.

Not if they have trouble reading the stimulus as some seem to do *hint hint*

I think I specifically mentioned NOT unlimited time, and ACTUAL RESULTS, not what you think.

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