Yes, you definately do. Most prep courses for this test are starting around this time
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« on: April 01, 2004, 11:17:08 AM »
Hi -- Just a note to say that I attended last night's preview evening at GW for soon too be part time 1L's. It was a great evening and very informative. I think the most amazing aspect of the night for me was sitting in on a class. I sat in on Family Law and really enjoyed getting a better idea of what actually occurs once the drudge of the application process is over! Also, having scheduled out the next few semesters of teachers and since the evening program is only 1 section large. It was WONDERFUL to meet and hear from who will be our professors in the next 3 semesters! I must really say the quality of professors which is offered to us is incredible. I would really encourage anyone to go to these preview events to get his or her own perspectives of a law school!
DO NOT wear earplugs in the LSAT! This is for our own good. If for any reason the proctor yells time and you keep working because you cannot hear, your test may be taken from you. Or you might not even know it but the proctor could forfeit your test and you will receive a letter from LSAC saying that they have cancelled your score. The test room is totally silent so no earplugs are necessary.
« on: March 31, 2004, 02:07:51 PM »
Are new US News rankings really being released tomorrow? I feel like I read this somewhere on this board but now can't seem to track the thread down. Or maybe this was an April fools? Me daydreaming? Thanks!!
I just thought I would throw this out there!
Who found out a notification of admission from a school? I got my acceptance from GW over email with a letter following up a few days later.
Anyone else hear anyhing over email?
I just wanted to put in my two cents. I took the full Testmasters 2 month class and loved it. I very much improved my score. I will say though that the books from the long course actually contain VERY LITTLE by way of concepts (this was one of my complaints with the class). My roommate took the short course and liked it because it helped her rethink ways of working with her weaker sections. I actually think her text contained more concepts rather than sample problems.