I was impressed by FSU's private sector starting salary, but their employment @ grad rate was kind of low
Didn't look at UF though
Didn't look at UF though
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You can download this year's october lsat from http://members.lycos.nl/vexille/LSAT/
Just keep in mind, the scaled scores are curved.. so a 172 will always be about the 99th percentile, etc
Get used to thinking about your grades and scores as curved! You're going to law school, after all
I wish I could block those damn ads.. the Adblock plugin for firefox can block them on plenty of other sites but when I try to use it to block them on gmail, gmail stops working
Apparently there's a custom CSS you could use to block them but I couldn't get it to work
« on: November 20, 2004, 04:23:27 PM »
You guys are scaring me!
I want to work in Cali, but I'll chase a paycheck to NY or DC if I have to!
Do these things still apply if you're going to a decent school?
For example U Minnesota, Emory, GWU, Wash U, BU have decent rankings, would it actually be really hard for me to find good paying work in cali?
« on: November 20, 2004, 04:17:43 PM »
I'm taking the lsat at pace so I've been taking practice tests there
The classrooms are really nice, and so are the outsides of the buildings, but I really don't like the campus.. it's really small (from what I've seen), and it's right on this main road (with no real breathing room).
I call them Games (games), Arguments (args), and Reading Comp (rc), that was the confusion
I just took this test today, [brag]did well.. although I did get two questions wrong on this section..[/brag]
If you want a further explanation of this game let me know, I just went over it with one of my classmates after the test, so it's still fresh in my mind.
Where should I go next fall? / Re: Rate the law schools you applied to! What's your order of preference?« on: November 20, 2004, 04:08:09 PM »
I don't really know how to rank these, but these are the schools I'm applying to..
If anyone is bored enough to rank them, I'd be very interested in hearing your thoughts..
These are just "ranked" in order of my chances of getting in (3.8/~170).. Hey, the less interested they are in me, the better they must be right (no one likes a desperate law school)?
New York University
Michigan, U. of
Pennsylvania, U. of
Virginia, U. of
California, Los Angeles, U. of
Notre Dame, U. of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, U. of
George Washington U.
Minnesota-Twin Cities, U. of
Washington U. in St Louis
William & Mary, College of
Loyola U. Chicago
Well keep in mind that people complete the test in new york several hours before it's administered in hawaii.. so it's not a good idea to let people take the answers out of the test, because they can help people cheat