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I don't know who's funnier, this guy or the french guy from the aba law school thread.



Rofl, go find something better to do.

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Brave, I am probably more mature then you and have gotten more females then you will ever get in your life. I didn't come here for girl advice, i came here for legal advice.  Please do not spam someones post who is seriously interested and is asking for advice.

Still looking for good advice, books etc.


Thanks!

Ah, that youthful boasting.  How reminiscent of high school locker room conversations.

But seriously...

Kid, we have given you the best advice we can.  Try to enjoy your life now because you will NOT enjoy law school, no matter how much you have always wanted to become a lawyer. 

Go to college, get good grades, but take time out for yourself too.  High school grades don't matter and no one law school admissions committee will ever care that you took some double honors mumbo jumbo in HS.

Balance is key, you should never completely sacrifice social life for academics or vice versa.

BTW, shouldn't your username be "Romka" instead?

Heh,
As far as my name, its Roman, there are different variations of nicknames for Roman. Yes, Romka is one, but it is mainly used in Russia, although I have been called that. Romko is more the ukrianian way to say it as a nickname

Another reason why i picked Romko, was because Romka.com was taken, and i bought a domain.

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it's not spam, maybe post whoring, but not spam.  You want real advice:

graduate with a high HS gpa+
graduate with a high UG gpa+
do well on the LSAT=Law School



Lets say I get a B or a C in a highschool class, should i retake it online where i could easily get an A(my firends do this) is this bad on your transcript if you do it once or twice, because if you retake the old grade doesnt affect gpa, etc? The first cut for univ is gpa.

Thanks for the advice, although it was very brief and general which i had knowledge of.

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Hockey,Girls,Law,Rock, and School is my life. Please go read a law book or do something else instead of spam someone elses post.

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Brave, I am probably more mature then you and have gotten more females then you will ever get in your life. I didn't come here for girl advice, i came here for legal advice.  Please do not spam someones post who is seriously interested and is asking for advice.

Still looking for good advice, books etc.


Thanks!

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I am being a kid, I play Ice hockey as a sport and am very active in it. I'm not going to mess around in life and then hope. I'm going to give it all I have in Highschool and college, hopefully I will become a good lawyer who doesn't have to lie a lot.  ::)

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Pre-Law in high school / Re: Hi! I'm clueless and in need of help.
« on: March 25, 2005, 12:00:32 AM »
Guys, he said he is in junior high which means Middle, he is asking to take what in HIGHSCHOOl, not college.

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O yes, sorry for double post but I forgot to say this.

I've been reading around, and poeple say "Highschool Grades don't matter"

I live in the seattle area, and have looked up Collges/Univs. and for the Univ. of Washington you need 3.6 GPA to get in atleast, from what I know. What do you think about this?

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Hi,
My names Roman, and am finishing Middle School. This is my last year, and I'm finishing a highschool credit. My question is, I want to go to law school after HS, what classes should I take in highschool? Should I try really hard, and take all the harder classes? I'm currently registered for Honors English, Honors History, Double Honors Science(Biology) and Geometry 1-2 (thinking about doing it in the summer and going to Algebra 3-4). I was advised by friends to join Debate, take English Law, Business Math, join the FBLA (Future business leaders of America).

I'm a kid, and I don't want to screw up. I've always wanted to be a lawyer, and want to become successfull.
I'll appreciate any advice, i've been googling and trying to find advice and what books to read.

Anything you recommend is appreciated.

Thanks
Roman

EDIT:
My parents have been making me to a special school on weekends to learn Ukrianian since i was about 4 years old.I know how how to read, write and speak fluently exactly like English. I have been bored so I don't go anymore, but I am still forced to Read ukrianian books. Ukraine and Russian are very similar, will this benefit me ever? International law maybe? Or is this a waste of time to continue it.

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