« on: March 10, 2005, 09:37:39 AM »
If I start when I first planned to start, I'll be 20. However, I've been thinking of getting my Master's, so I might not start until I'm 22 years old.
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How do people just go to law school financially? Do they live off the student loans? ...Any suggestions on how this financial stuff works?
Just curious, how many practice LSATS did most of you guys take prior to taking the LSAT for real?
...you were positively gleeful in your mockery of the posters who couldn't make it into this mediocre school...
I'm sure the Tri-Lambs are eagerly awaiting your signed bid.
feminine hygiene product... You are probably the type of kid that I kicked the *&^% out of back in high school... female private part.
...your condescending attitude will not be appreciated in the real world. At all. You may get into an Ivy League law school and make excellent money in the not-so-distant future but once you move out of the academic sphere, you will meet different kinds of people.
prelaw_undergrad, Hofstra's on Long Island. You know, in that state, what's it called, NEW YORK... Please let us all know when you get your acceptance letter from Yale.
(Sorry, mods, but *I* had to get that out of *my* system)
The sooner you realize that a low GPA or a low LSAT score doesn't necessarily mean a person is worthless or undeserving of mere civility, the better off you'll be.