thanks for the clarification
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Messages - qwertyytrewq
I'm thinking about pursuing a masters in addition to my JD...
1) do I have to take the GREs
2) is it possible to be rejected for acceptance into one degree program (like the JD) but accepted into another degree program (MA).
3) is it possible to get your MA in something that you have not focused on during undergradaute studies.
not familiar with any of the masters stuff so any info would be helpful.
« on: October 28, 2004, 05:15:24 PM »
im not going to get involved in the partisan politics of the board...but the video was absolutely awesome.
im curious what you guys think the strongest part of the video was. personally, my mouth dropped when i saw the scenery behind bin laden drop. i don't know if eminem is capable of coming up with an idea like that, but it was defin. effective.
Santa Singh decided to take the MBA exam. He could understand every thing except for the LOGIC part. One day when he was reading, one of his non-sikh friends came home.
Friend: Santa, How is your MBA preparation?
SantaSingh: Every thing is fine, but I can not understand Logic.
Friend: Logic is very easy.
Santasingh: Can you give me an example, so that I can understand.
Friend: OK. Do you have fish pot in your house?
Friend: Logically, there will be water in it.
Friend: Logically, there will be fish in it.
Friend: Logically, someone will be feeding the fish.
Friend: I take a guess that your wife will be feeding the fish.
Friend: so, logically, your are married.
Friend: So, that means you are a heterosexual.
Santa Singh was very glad and he understood logic. Next day he sees Banta Singh who was also preparing for the MBA exam.
Santa: How is your MBA preparation?
Banta: Everything is fine except for the logic.
Santa: Oh, logic is easy.
Banta: Please, give me an example.
Santa: Do you have a fish pot in your house?
Banta: NO, I don't.
Santa: YOU HOMO!!!
i hope nobody takes offense to this....just something to lighten the mood with the lsats ~1 month away.
That's my plan. I know that law schools dont really like it if you just sit on your ass and do nothing. I'm gonna go abroad for 7 months after taking the december LSAT and teach english in the slums of delhi. It's going to be a fun time .
I originally wanted to apply for admission for fall 2005, but because I didn't feel comfortable taking the october exam, i had to postpone. I also don't think I'll have a good shot getting into good schools applying in december and january, so I'm postponing applications for another year...
i just need to find something to do once I come back to america in July (besides working on my law school apps
watup everybody...this is my 2nd post but first topic i've started.
i was just curious as to what people do with their time off if they dont go straight to law school.
i've been out of school for a few months now, and am applying to law school for fall 2006 (so that's 2 years off). just want to see what other people's plans are/were.
« on: October 25, 2004, 08:51:15 PM »
so that means that the gpa that i have now (also where an a- is a 3.7) isn't going to be the gpa that law school admissions counselors see?? it's actually going to be lower!!
and also...when you see all these guys that say 3.5/160 and what not...is the 3.5 usually after the gpa conversion or their actual gpa at their ug institute.