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Studying for the LSAT / Re: In at Tulsa !!!
« on: July 27, 2006, 12:47:42 PM »
Anyone know anything about this school ? I'm considering going for Fall 06.

You might want to make a decision fairly soon, our first day of class is 8/13.  Are you already in the area?  Did you get to attend pre-law day or reg day?

Orientation is on the 13th. Offical day for first class is 21 or 22. I was just in the area. I picked up my enrollment packet, spoke to Cordell dean of admission, got my ID, and arranged housing.
I did not get to attend pre-law day or reg day. What did I miss? 


Sounds like you have most of the work done...didn't miss to much on either day, as long as you have your packet you should have all the material we got then.  We had some speakers, some mock classes, and some basis information classes covering common questions that 0Ls have.  There were also tours of the school, and information about the various student orgs at the school.  Sounds like we are going to most of the information at orientation. 

Good luck to you, hope to see you in August.

-Dante

Sweet. Is there a Jewish student org on campus? Also, can you tell me your impression of the mock classes? Also, do you know if books can be ordered online? Can we buy used books? Any discussion there
Immense Thanks, looking forward to meeting in Aug.

 


Don't know for sure about the Jewish student org, but off the top of my head I don't think so.  You can check the website, as they have all the orgs listed there. 

Regarding books, I was on campus Monday and checked at the bookstore.  They have some of the books in, but said that all will be available after 7/31.  If you go to https://cc.utulsa.edu/ , there is a link to the online bookstore.  You should be able to purchase what you need from the site (I assume).  I don't know whether used books are going to be offered from the site, or if new will be the only option.


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Studying for the LSAT / Re: In at Tulsa !!!
« on: July 27, 2006, 12:14:11 PM »
Anyone know anything about this school ? I'm considering going for Fall 06.

You might want to make a decision fairly soon, our first day of class is 8/13.  Are you already in the area?  Did you get to attend pre-law day or reg day?

Orientation is on the 13th. Offical day for first class is 21 or 22. I was just in the area. I picked up my enrollment packet, spoke to Cordell dean of admission, got my ID, and arranged housing.
I did not get to attend pre-law day or reg day. What did I miss? 


Sounds like you have most of the work done...didn't miss to much on either day, as long as you have your packet you should have all the material we got then.  We had some speakers, some mock classes, and some basis information classes covering common questions that 0Ls have.  There were also tours of the school, and information about the various student orgs at the school.  Sounds like we are going to most of the information at orientation. 

Good luck to you, hope to see you in August.

-Dante

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: In at Tulsa !!!
« on: July 27, 2006, 11:55:16 AM »
Anyone know anything about this school ? I'm considering going for Fall 06.

You might want to make a decision fairly soon, our first day of class is 8/13.  Are you already in the area?  Did you get to attend pre-law day or reg day?

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Hi to all in my favorite thread this cycle...where is everyone going this fall.

University of Tulsa here...although I am still on a waitlist for Dayton (although I am not holding my breath) and still waiting on a "decision" from FL A&M (the slowest damn admissions dept. on the face of the earth), my app cycle for all intents and purposes is over.  Corey, good luck at Detroit, I know you are going to shine up there.  Everyone else, good luck! 

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Favorite Quotations
« on: May 07, 2006, 10:23:18 AM »
The difference between those who are successful and those who are not is not a lack of knowledge, not a lack of strength, but rather a lack of will.

- Vince Lombardi

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mmmm....guinness for me please!

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Maybe you could buy him a burger at Joe's....lol

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Hello all...if anyone is interested, I attended the student's day at Tulsa this past weekend.  I was very impressed.  If anyone has any question I might be able to answer, pm me or post away.

Good luck everyone on your remaining apps.  Hopefully with the seat deposits coming due soon it will speed along some decisions.

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Tier 3 and 4 Acceptances and Rejections
« on: February 11, 2006, 06:26:10 PM »
Hi all.  I have been gone for a while, in the process of moving, so I thought I would catch everyone up.  Congrats to everyone on their acceptances, sorry to hear about any dings, and hoping that everyone gets their #1 choice.

Washburn, reject from my alma mater (thanks guys).
Western New England, waitlisted, wrote and withdrew.
U of Dayton, file put on hold, said that they would review it later.
U of North Dakota, accepted.
Mississippi College, accepted.

Good luck to everyone on the rest of the cycle, keep you chin up and your head down.

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