why do I get the feeling this person is working for powerscore
*takes a break from smacking her head!!!*thankyou SO MUCH for all your help! i'm going to go return that cursed Barron's guide, and order the official preptests and previous LSATs from the LSAC site. the rest of the material, i'm going to look through online and decide...man...*!@#$%^&! i have a feeling i'm going to become a maniac too...*sigh* yes, Kevin - I'm from Canada...it's so funny you were able to pick it out. what made you say that?
Hi, guys!I feel so disoriented and overwhelmed, having read a few of the posts here already. I just finished my undergrad degree, and have decided to work my butt off towards and through Law School. Only thing is - i have NO idea where to start!!! Everyone in my family went down the Commerce & Finance route, and I got my bachelor's degree in Media Studies & Fine Arts, so no hanging around law-school-minded people there! PLEASE - can someone help me with basic info/procedures/structures/aids and all? I checked up on LSATS. I'm aiming t write them in June. I researched study aids online and at the book store and that's where the "overwhelmed" part comes in - every book offers one great thing over another! I ended up purchasing the Barron's LSAT review guide, cuz it had the most practice test, but the Kaplan books looked really helpful too! How many of you just bought the tests off the LSAC website and nothing else? Arent most of the tests old? I'm thinking the testing strategies and types of questions would've changed over the years...?So yeah, before I ramble off any more - please help. Any words of advice and guidance will be GREATLY appreciated. Which of you are loving your schools? What scores did you have to get in? Let me know!And - thanks in advance!