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Incoming 1Ls / Re: University of Miami
« on: July 21, 2005, 07:52:57 AM »

Iseya is a japanese food market on the corner of 107th Avenue and Miller Road (5623 SW 10th Ave)

Sushi Chef is a small sushi restaurant which also doubles as a small Japanese food market and sells other random Japanese things.. its on 3100 Coral Way..

Also, as far as going out to eat Japanese food.. i highly recommend Matsuri on Red Road and Bird Road (5759 Bird Road).. its the most authentic (not touristy) in my opinion.. always tons of Japanese people eating there.. and the food is awesome..

Incoming 1Ls / Re: University of Miami
« on: July 21, 2005, 04:14:47 AM »
lots of japanese stores around.. i know there is one on Coral Way near 17th avenue.. i cant remember the name.. but i'll ask at work today.. one of my coworkers lived in Japan for three years doing the JET program.. and he's still very into the Japanese culture down in Miami.. he's been even going to a Kendo Dojo and competing in national Kendo tournaments.. who even knew they had those down here?

anyhow.. i'll ask later and let you know..

Merc.. can you see what names have been filled in for "others"?

LOL lane..

I actually used ot play like that when i was a child.. my mom still makes fun of me for it..

Tis the beauty of being an only child.. one gets to be the teacher and the student when "playing school"... and talk to oneself as different entities..

that was for T.. *muah*

oh and I also think the smegma definition is just as gross as that website..

hey its a handy website to knwo if you want to change someone's computer's background picture..  8)

you should submit pics of your poop to this website:

hmm.. i'm totally sluggihs all the time lately.. i know i cant go on Colonix cause i wont stick to it, so it will be a waste of money for me.. (I have a hard time putting on the Crest White strips twice a day for 7 days..i'm too forgetful and get bored)..

ANYHOW.. what are the other things you're looking into doing next summer Twarga?  Are there quicker ways to clean yourself out?  I really would like to do this.. but i'm lazy and there is no way i could do this for a month..

Incoming 1Ls / Re: Has anyone here taken the GMAT? Impressions?
« on: July 20, 2005, 07:19:13 AM »
I took the GMAt this past Saturday.. it was SUPER easy in comparison to the LSAT (the verbal section that is).. the only new tricky thing you have to learn is Sentence Correction.. which sounds like a pain in the arse (especially since English is not my first language and grammar not my forte).. but I got the Princeton Review book and went through their tips as to how to approach that section and did fine..

I studied for only two weeks using the PR review book and the official GMAT book (its the only with actual test questions).. and did just fine on the exam..

The RC and LR parts of the verbal were much easier than the LSAT ones..

I had the hardest trouble with math.. its been 12 years since i've seen most of that stuff.. So remembering things like factoring equations, the quadratic formula, etc.. was the hardest part for me.. but since you say that you're good there.. and you've taken then LSAT already.. just focus your on review the sentence correction stuff..

Also, you can take a practice CAT exam online at it uses real questions (which are also in the Official GMAT book) and see how you're doing and what you need to concentrate on..

good luck!

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