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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Law where did ugrad == bad?
« on: April 04, 2004, 07:18:29 PM »
There is nothing wrong with attending same school for undergrad/law.

BYU is grade A+.

Good luck.

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Yeah actually I -just- visited 4/2. I agree, the town sucks 100% unadulterated ass.

Then again I had to choose between Texas Tech (Lubbock) and Baylor (Waco) so my options were limitted.

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Law School Applications / Re: Southern law schools
« on: April 01, 2004, 07:46:29 PM »
I think we have a shot at the WL-- which considering that applications rose but applicants did not this year might not be that bad-- plus Tulane fell to T2.

Im in at Baylor so I'd compare packages and schools if I got in.

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I applied 2/1... they wrote me before 2/15 i was missing something.
3/18 i got accepted, 4400$/year scholy about a week later.

sent them a letter last week withdrawing.

good luck. numbers? (2.95/164 here)

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Law School Applications / Re: Southern law schools
« on: April 01, 2004, 04:48:44 PM »
Tulane is attempting to postmark everything by today.

Our future does not bode well.

numbers? (im 2.95/164)

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No Baylor?

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Thomas Cooley??????
« on: March 31, 2004, 11:22:28 PM »
Retake the LSAT.
You're 4.0 GPA is better than that.

(no offense, im not a rankings whore, but T4 for a 4.0 ??? )

Good luck.

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What exactly do you want to know?

Houston is IMO the best urban environment in Texas, at least the most interesting.
TSU-- [shiver] Place top 2-5% and make lots of friends.

Theres always U. of Arkansas....

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Law School Applications / Re: Upward Trend in Grades
« on: March 30, 2004, 01:24:12 AM »
Very little, and only in the most extreme of "on the fence cases" (2-3%).


I have four cents-- but I'm far from a dime.

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Oh yeah. 17/24 from 7/24 might be a tall order though, but shoot for it.

I came from about 5/24 to roughly 14/24.

Don't neglect the ability you have to ace the other sections; especially when a certain section occurs twice. Studying that section will pay off double.

Home study from practice of 150 to 164 1st LSAT.
PEECE.

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