You forgot to ask for SSN's, bank account numbers, and links to personal web cams. You also failed to claim you have $20mill in an offshore seized account you will share to get out of a tight spot overseas.
I guess I am asking for too Much!
Well, you just posted your message a few days ago, so don't expect everyone to come marching to answer your question. You also get some smart mouths who post mesasges to be total jerks.There are quite a few posts already about many of your questions. These remain active on the first page -Check out a few of these posts for information about studying and preparing for the LSAT:http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,4012881.0.htmlhttp://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,4012980.msg5151450.html#msg5151450I hope these help. Continue to ignore posts by those idiots. While unfortunately you may run into them in law school one day, at least you may have an idea what type of person they are.
Quote from: cliff007 on August 09, 2008, 05:40:52 PMYou forgot to ask for SSN's, bank account numbers, and links to personal web cams. You also failed to claim you have $20mill in an offshore seized account you will share to get out of a tight spot overseas. Sheesh, people. If his posts are offensive, just ignore him altogether. Why bother with a reply? On the other hand, I wonder if I'm the only one to find the humor in Cliff's sarcasm...To "December2008", I'll reply, although I only just began my study, so I don't know how useful this will be:1) When are you taking the LSAT? June 20092) What are your currently scoring?/What is your goal? My diagnostic was 156 (timed/without prep). My goal is 175 for scholarship purposes (need mid-160's to get into desired school)3) When did you start studying? This month4) What is a typical week like for you? Mon-Sun? What do you do everyday (LSAT related of course!) Mon-Sun I usually check this board at least once. I haven't yet begun studying hard-core with PS books, because they haven't arrived yet. I plan to spend at least 30 minutes a day on them (which is a lot for me, since I have a LOT else on my plate, unlike many here, apparently). Right now I spend about 30 minutes every other day going over the questions I missed on my diagnostic LSAT last week.5) Do you take a day off completely from studying where you just do anything (ex., shop, sleep, etc.) but study? No, since my study times are so small.*6) When you are studying, what sorts of things do you do? Are you doing games untimed, reading powerscore's lgb & lrb over? Doing individual sections? Reading study guides (PS, etc) OR taking a time practice test7) When will you start taking timed tests? Already started.8)Anything you'd like to add? Everyone's method is different. See what works for YOU and YOUR individual needs.