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« on: December 06, 2004, 07:41:45 PM »
Which you rather see the Eagles play at that point? (Steelers, I'd say, just because of Belichik and the rookie QB.)
The Eagles have no excuse not to get to the Super Bowl this year. Now whether they can beat the Pats or the Steelers is another question.
Yeah, I would rather play the Steelers (even though they mopped us up pretty bad) That Roethlisberger kid is phenomenal. Did you see his comeback win last night? He is going to take them to the SB I think. The Pats scare me more, though. Brady has been to the show and is well schooled in how to win, so I would go with the lesser of two dynamite teams. Really though, the Eagles have as many, if not more, weapons than either of those teams. Its just a matter of Reid getting over the hump and actually winning when it counts. Sorry I hijacked this board
« on: December 06, 2004, 07:35:04 PM »
i know the Kaplan classes are helpful but are they worth the price? close to $900.
has anyone ever taken one?
also do u think just taking a philopshy elective will be just as effective as taking the Kaplan class?
currently, im a sophomore who wants to take the lsat at least once next year
I'll admit, i didn't read all of the above replies, but I just finished a Kaplan course. Though I don't think it was worth $1200, I did benefit from the structure of the class. Plus, you're paying for not only direct instruction, but also access to every published LSAT and the explanations for the answers (both right and wrong). If I had faith that I could pace myself to cram for the LSAT in 2 months, I would have done it on my own, but since I was short on time, I invested in the course. If you have a lot of time on your hands, which it seems you do, I'd take some practice tests and study on your own...see how you do on the actual test. If you want further preparation, go for Kaplan. I took the class in Pittsburgh, and I really liked my instructor.
« on: December 06, 2004, 07:30:21 PM »
I don't even remember my SAT score...it was only 6 years ago...is that a sign of aging...?
I'm dreading my 25th birthday....
« on: December 06, 2004, 07:22:05 PM »
I think you've got a solid foundation there already.
Unfortunately "studying" in the literal sense...Simply part of my job...drug rep. Can't wait to get out.
« on: December 06, 2004, 07:18:52 PM »
No kidding! Since Saturday I've been *slightly* addicted (okay, that's an understatement). Today, couldn't wait to see if there were more undiscovered answers to questions just remembered from Saturday's test. This site provides much more entertainment than the average night of prime time TV. I'm about to start to read 1L, but I'm nervous about what I may find in the book...
« on: December 06, 2004, 07:12:02 PM »
Now that my nights aren't filled with practice tests, 35 minute sections, and logic game practice...I'm left feeling empty.
Having graduated from school 2+ years ago, I am left with no finals to study for.
Having ceased caring about my job, I am left with no desire to fill my nights studying about prescription drugs.
Having ended over a year ago, Sex and the City is only a faint memory...
Having no boyfriend...well, nevermind...
What is a girl to do. Any ideas to help pass the time until Jan 4 rolls around?
« on: December 06, 2004, 07:03:04 PM »
sorry about the typo above (stau...stay). I'm usually pretty good about avoiding things like that.
« on: December 06, 2004, 07:00:52 PM »
If anyone is planning to go to PITT or Duquesne (and I decide to stau in Pittsburgh as well...very likely), I have a house about a 15 minute commute from the school (must drive or use public transportation). It's a nice, new townhouse, and I think that I'm going to rent out my second bedroom...so anyone who is interested, let me know. FYI: I have a dog (a sweet boxer named ELLA), but would rather have no other pets...I'm a non smoker and will prefer to keep my house that way. It's completely furnished...rooms are large with vaulted ceilings...Male or female would be okay...would even consider having 2 other roomies, but they would have to share a room. Any takers?
« on: December 05, 2004, 04:14:55 PM »
no superstitions...but i was seated in # 13. The proctor asked if that was okay with me...i have nothing against 13, but I guess some do...
« on: December 04, 2004, 11:16:02 PM »
I just discovered CYE...what a great show! It is much closer to "real life" than Seinfeld ever was (though at its peak, Seinfeld was great). I can't get enough of it...
And, what is the deal with the wife...What does she see in him (besides his hilarity)?
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