Many apps are asking this question, but I'm not sure where to find it. Does LSAC list my registration date somewhere on the site and I just can't find it?
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So what are people's experiences with EA at Cornell? Is it one of those where they just defer every borderline person so as to put them at the bottom of the heap come March? Or is deferral not used very often? Of course it all rides on my Oct. score, but I don't want to apply EA if it'll just mean deferment and more waiting.
I have no problem with this, in fact, I like it. But I do have a simple favor to ask. Can you write which preptest it's coming from in the title? Because I don't have that many tests left and if it is a precious question that I haven't done yet, I'd like it to stay that way and not open the thread. Thanks!
« on: August 09, 2005, 03:09:31 PM »
NBC Drops 'The Law Firm' Reality Series
By Scott Collins, LA Times Staff Writer
NBC has delivered a quick verdict on "The Law Firm," dumping the legal reality series from producer David E. Kelley that debuted to low ratings last month, the television network said Monday.
The show, which features celebrity legal analyst Roy Black judging litigators vying for a $250,000 cash prize, delivered a paltry 3.9 million viewers for its second episode Thursday, a plunge of 24% from its July 28 premiere.
"NBC will no longer be broadcasting episodes of 'The Law Firm,' " the network said in a statement. The six remaining episodes will air on Bravo, NBC's sister cable network, on dates that are "yet to be determined," the statement said.
On Thursday, the network will replace "The Law Firm" with repeats of the sitcoms "Will & Grace" and "Scrubs." Starting next week, NBC will fill the slot with two back-to-back repeats of "Scrubs" starting at 9 p.m. Then on Sept. 22, the fourth season of NBC's "The Apprentice" will premiere in the slot.
"The Law Firm" was the first reality series for Kelley, best-known for such scripted series as "Ally McBeal" and "The Practice." The producer's spokeswoman said he was out of the country and unavailable to comment.
Increasingly, networks are yanking reality shows that deliver poor ratings right away, leaving the few viewers who were engrossed in the competition to wonder what might have been. CBS pulled "The Will," about scheming heirs battling for an inheritance, after just one episode in January.
« on: August 04, 2005, 02:39:02 PM »
In an LSAC email:
You are registered for the October 1, 2005 LSAT administration. Please make sure to
check your LSAC online account and print out your LSAT ticket the night before the
test, in case there are any last-minute location changes. If, for some reason, you
are unable to take the test for which you are registered, you may change your test
date or request a refund only if you meet the deadlines listed at
http://www.LSAC.org. If you have questions, please contact our candidate service
representatives at 215.968.1001 or LSACINFO@LSAC.org.
Preparing for the test is always a good idea. Check out our official LSAT prep
materials at http://www.LSAC.org.
Gee, I almost forgot...
And it's a good thing I read that last paragraph. What a novel idea!
« on: July 28, 2005, 10:29:53 PM »
Here I come!
« on: July 25, 2005, 05:25:26 PM »
It seems like Chicago is more highly regarded in just about every category: reputation, SCOTUS clerking, academics, etc. Granted this is all subjective and I haven't done any detailed statistical analysis, but it just seems like, from a subjective point of view, the rankings of NYU and Chicago should be reversed.
« on: July 21, 2005, 10:40:00 AM »
I believe "Next 10..." ends at 38. So are 39-45 ONLY available individually? I've already done 43-45 as prep for June but I want a few newer ones to save for near October. Safe to say 39-42 haven't been covered anywhere else (besides a few questions here and there in the bibles)?