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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 09, 2016, 01:37:45 PM »
Donald Trump, who has the backing of many Democrats is already systematically taking apart Hillary Clinton and as polls suggest will beat her in the general election.

Hillary Clinton will most likely NOT be the nominee for the democrats because of her FBI criminal investigation.

This will be obvious within 10 days when we get a photo opportunity after or before she goes in for her police questioning---her lawyer, David will be present to coach her--- but it is really almost over her.

I'm looking at May 11th but at least 23rd for that to happen. 

The Clinton want this to happen before memorial day.

We shall see.

Apparently, the evidence Brian Pagliano and Huma Weiner have provided is overwhelming.

Simply put, from the beginning of hillarys time at the State Department she set up her own illegal back channels for her daily correspondence and foundation dealings to circumvent government records laws. 


Unironically, her incompetence in Benghazi exposed her whole system of foundation work off the books and top secret information mishandling, destruction and spillage.


Wow!!!!!!

Hillary is toast.
Bernie will be our candidate for the Whitehouse along with trump.

More popcorn anyone?????

POP, POP, and DRIP, DRIP.

Pay attention future lawyers😉🎇🎆
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 07, 2016, 02:09:54 PM »
Criminal Inquiry Sought in Hillary Clinton’s Use of Email--July, 23, 2015

WASHINGTON — Two inspectors general have asked the Justice Department to open an investigation into whether sensitive government information was mishandled in connection with the personal email account Hillary Rodham Clinton used as secretary of state, senior government officials said Thursday.

...a periodical


The times got it right!!!!!

then Nixon called on the CIA to stop the FBIs watergate investigation-- but they
Didn't





The Hillary Clinton campaign sent a nearly 2,000-word letter to the executive editor of The New York Times this week expressing "grave concern" with a recent and controversial report relating to the former Secretary of State's private email account.


The clinton campaign was doomed from that article up til today.

Now mrs Clinton will be interrogated----LAST!

She's the target.



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Financial Aid / Re: Question about paying for law school...
« Last post by AndrewDJ on May 06, 2016, 06:44:48 AM »
Are there any scholarships available for students from Poland? Thanks
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 05, 2016, 08:43:10 PM »
You know what, I got that wrong.  Huma was not called in tuesday this week to interview with the FBI."


Huma was called in to interview for a position at FBI on Thursday

Hillary is telling folks that she too is interviewing for a job at the FBI.

I would truly enjoy a photograph of her face right after she comes out of her interrogation-- I mean, interview, or musical review or whatever else shes calling it.
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Studying for the LSAT / Re: LSAT Score Improvement
« Last post by 😄🔫 on May 05, 2016, 07:14:17 PM »
If you want to punch through a way, don't aim for the wall, aim for whats behind it.

-aim for the stars kind, but apply to some safety schools too
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 03, 2016, 07:58:54 PM »
Bernie WON Indiana!!!!!

BERNIE WILL WIN CALIFORNIA.....

Just like I have been saying!!!

FBI is chipping away at Clintons trust.

Plus Bernie is the favored candidate
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on May 03, 2016, 02:48:00 PM »
If Bernie had Clintons artificial super delegates. She would demand to stay in the race even though there would be no way for her to catch up with him.

So, on to California after bernies victory in Indiana...

Hell, Clinton may even lose some of her firewall states to bernie--eg west Virginia.

Oh yeah, and California will be the bigger win for Bernie.
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Studying for the LSAT / Re: LSAT Score Improvement
« Last post by Maintain FL 350 on May 02, 2016, 10:13:22 AM »
I'm shooting for no less than a 170 on my final LSAT Exam.

This is problematic thinking. Don't go into the LSAT with a preconceived minimum score in mind, it's just not the way the test works. You could study for ten hours a day, seven days a week for a yera and still not score 170. The LSAT is not a test that allows everyone to achieve a 170 as long as they put in the blood, sweat and tears.

As Loki stated, it tests aptitude. That means, to put it in the simplest possible terms, you either have a 170 inside you or you don't.

Can you improve your score from 149? Absolutely! I would be willing to almost guarantee that your score will go up. The LSAT is a test that you can learn and improve upon, but with limitations. Is it even possible to go from a cold diagnostic of 149 to a real score of 170? Yes, but it's highly unlikely. T

hat's why it doesn't make sense to say "I'm shooting for no less than a 170". It's like saying "I'm shooting for no less than the NBA". Don't put that unnecessary pressure on yourself. I have a friend who scored 174, and I think that even his diagnostic was something like 165.

The best thing is to take a prep course (if possible), put in serious, dedicated study time, give youself every possible advantage, and shoot for the best possible score. Maybe it will be 175, maybe it will be 155. Either way, it will be the best score that you are capable of getting.
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Studying for the LSAT / Re: LSAT Score Improvement
« Last post by loki13 on May 02, 2016, 08:34:24 AM »
Hello,

I just wanted to pose a question (which I'm sure has been asked a million times) as to how much you all were able to improve your LSAT scores from your first practice test to the real deal.

I finally made, and solidified the decision to attend law school, and decided it was time to begin prepping.
Tonight, I took my first "cold" test, without any preparation. I scored a 149. I realize this is not a score that will get me into Law School.

My question to you all, is what was your first score, and how much did you improve over the months between that test and the true LSAT? I'm shooting for no less than a 170 on my final LSAT Exam.

Let me start with the short, simple, easy-to-understand answer to your question. If you scored a 149 on your first practice test, then you will not score a 170 on your final LSAT exam. I would bet significant amounts of money on that. Now, allow me to provide the longer answer.

Is it possible? Sure, anything is *possible*. It is possible that you will win the powerball lottery tomorrow. But this type of thinking is a common fallacy with 0Ls (people before they go to Law School)- it's the old, "95% of incoming students think they will finish in the top 10% of the class."

A 170, percentile ranked, is over the 97th percentile. Which means that to score that, you are doing better than over 97% of all people taking the LSAT. Now, remember that this isn't the population at large- it's the test takers. The majority of people taking the LSAT are type-As, driven, did well in UG, and believe that getting an "A" in a class is their right as a human being.

The LSAT is, theoretically, an aptitude test. Does that mean that preparation doesn't matter? No. You can learn basic skills (how to take tests, how to manage your time, how the LSAT is scored). Certain sections (the analytical reasoning/logic games section) can see improvement by learning some techniques in dealing with a class of problems. But there are limits - because it's not like one of those AP tests, where you can just study the information and regurgitate it.

Circling back, you can improve. You will. But if 149 was your actual score on your first exam, then it would be unrealistic to believe that you will score a 170 with practice. But it's not impossible- just unlikely. And your improvement will also depend on what you are weakest at- reading comprehension tends to be hard to improve at, logic games can improve with practice.

It could also be that your first diagnostic wasn't representative of your ability.
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Studying for the LSAT / LSAT Score Improvement
« Last post by durhlm on May 02, 2016, 12:59:00 AM »
Hello,

I just wanted to pose a question (which I'm sure has been asked a million times) as to how much you all were able to improve your LSAT scores from your first practice test to the real deal.

I finally made, and solidified the decision to attend law school, and decided it was time to begin prepping.
Tonight, I took my first "cold" test, without any preparation. I scored a 149. I realize this is not a score that will get me into Law School.

My question to you all, is what was your first score, and how much did you improve over the months between that test and the true LSAT? I'm shooting for no less than a 170 on my final LSAT Exam.
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