Should I send transcript from University of Albany to LSAD which gave me credit for classes taken at a high school and not at the college itself? Do you think they'll give me credit since I got A's for 2 classes taken.
I should probably choose a better word but what I meant was that you shouldn't try to do a lot of work the day before because it could hurt your brain and if you wake up with a headache that would be horrible.
I guess it really depends on what gets you up and focused during test day. Some people listen to music, some sweep up the cobwebs of sleep with some practice. I think the week before the test is very crucial in that if you piss away that week your score might suffer. But the day before I think you should relax because cramming really hurts more than it helps, unless of course you cram for every test and you always do well.
well those from the top undergrads are usually harder working and smarter so it doesnt surprise me that they'll have higher gpa and higher lsats which would get them into those higher ranked schools. I'm just telling christina that she shouldnt worry so much that she's gonna graduate from a cuny because as long as she gets a great lsat score she'll have just as good a chance as anyone. considering the usnews ranking the place value of each school is determined by their mean lsat and gpa and in order to keep at #1 (yale at the moment) they have to consistently admit students with high gpa and lsat. So sure good grades at MIT are fare more difficult to attain than at a Cuny but if someone from MIT had a 3.0 yale would most likely take someone from cuny with a 3.8 if their lsats were similar (even if that 3.0 at MIT is "deemed more worthy" by some)