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but samford students seem so nonthreatening and friendly!:)

i definately do not assume that the subject matter will be any easier.  i know that most people will attend the highest ranked school that they are accepted to..and if lsats are any accurate predictor of law school success, then i should more successful (higher ranked in the class) with an lsat score of the low 160s, in a class with students who scored in the lower 150s than in a class of average scoring 164's...agree?

I apply this fall, and I am waiting on my october lsat results.  I have an average to poor gpa..3.35 with an average lsat..160-163.  Is it better to attend a better school like Emory or University Of Georgia/Alabama and rank towards the middle of the class, or attend a lower ranked school like Cumberland and graduate at the very top of the class?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: tough reading comp on 10/2 LSAT
« on: October 12, 2004, 10:06:38 PM »
yeah the reading comp was absolutely the worst that I have seen..i dont know number right v. score, so for anybody that does..what do you think is the highest score I could get on the test if i missed 1/3 of the reading passage, 2 questions in each LR section, and no questions in the games section?

Thanks all! Reeve-i actually own that book-and it didnt really help me (those are my options AFTER reading the book  :-\!) so if any of you have any other websites with examples of more personal statements, or ways to develop your ideas, i would be so appreciative.  and the question about the pic-exactly what you think we are doing..Hugging.

Personal Statement options are killing me.  Should I go for:
a) really sucked at activity, made fun of..showed major improvement earned respect..lessons learned
b) cliche-jr year at oxford..either I address the ways the brits responded to bush's visit to london and how this changed my worldview (still deciding if it actually did, so probably unconvincing) or discuss the bearings of my courses (phil of law and polit. phil) on my professional goals
c) during mothers nasty divource, she made her attorney choice based on gender b/c of comfortability with private issues.  this makes me want to practice...
d) or should i discussion my passion for certain world event, and explain how with a law degree i could "change the world"..ok i know this is generally something to steer very clear of, but im very very desperate.

or does anybody have any websites that give ps help..options and ideas


Law School Admissions / Re: Is there anyone from the South
« on: October 12, 2004, 08:44:55 PM »
Oh yeah I'm from Auburn!  Applying to southern schools as well: Cumberland, Alabama, Emory, UGA etc.

I asked my profs to write my letters (on the specific LSDAS form) months ago, with a send-in deadline of Oct. 1.  MY LSAC profile is still not showing my this normal?? how long will it take?
Thanks! ;D

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