Has any one gotten an adderall/ritalin/concerta prescription in preparation for law school?Any recommendations on which is the most effective?I'm pretty sure I've had ADD all my life but have always been smart enough to compensate...aside from what I managed to swindle from friends in UG for all-nighters I've never been medicated. I figure now's a good time to start though, just curious if anyone else is in the same boat or has any recommendations...
J, if you didn't bring enough penis for everyone, you shouldn't have brought any penis at all.
Please, oh please, say this is not for real. How did you manage studying for the LSAT?Man, if you are ACTUALLY concerned about dealing with a learning disability, go to a doctor. I would hope one seeking to uphold the law as a professional might consider this route, as opposed to swindling prescriptions. My little brother has ADHD and was only (by a DOCTOR) medicated for a short period of time when he was in first grade. After that, he learned coping skills, like starting everything early, taking breaks, working with other people around, and getting enough exercise so he wasn't antsy. You might try that approach, if you are really worried about the pressures of law school academics.If you're just being a $#%!, well, quit it.
When I got diagnosed with adhd the doctor prescribed strattera. Not as fun as the stimulants. I took it for six months or so and then stopped filling the prescription. It was expensive. It did make it easier to stay focused but I did not enjoy the side effects. ymmv
I'm in a lynch mob? I had no idea. This is really worrying; I really don't have time for another extra-curricular activity.