What would you suggest? I worked in TV for 2.5 years and that's a profession crumbling faster than news papers.I've tried looking for PR work but was unsuccessful. I'm really hoping I do well in school and can land a decent job in Texas. Is that really that far-fetched an idea?
I really did put in time for the LSAT. Probably about 1.5 hours a day, took a full test once a week. Did this for about 2 months.The school I'll be attending fails out the bottom 15%
Full test once a week for 8 weeks means you took 8 tests. That is not anywhere near enough preparation. Back when I took the LSAT, I was working 50 hours a week and studying at least 4 hours a day during the week and 7-10 hours a day on weekends. At the time, there were around 40 practice tests available and I did all of them (and went through my answers one by one, plus re-did some of the test when I ran out of practice tests) plus I worked through the Powerscore books.
please add that you had to walk seven miles both ways up hill in the snow to make this post compleate
And don't forget killing a grizzly bear with his Logic Games Bible. "Pencils?!? Heh! We didn't have pencils! We filled in those circles with DIRT! And we liked it!"
Hands down take the Kaplan course. I am at a T4 now and being in the top 3% I have no jobs I am trying to transfer. Step 1: Pay $$ now to take the Kaplan courseStep 2: Go to a better schoolStep 3: Profit $$$- Loans
Quote from: deexod on June 19, 2009, 07:05:02 PMHands down take the Kaplan course. I am at a T4 now and being in the top 3% I have no jobs I am trying to transfer. Step 1: Pay $$ now to take the Kaplan courseStep 2: Go to a better schoolStep 3: Profit $$$- LoansI'm just curious on how you didn't land anything. I'm also at a T4 and no where close to where you claim to be, but I had two job offers in a state where the school I go to is not even located. A personality, hard work, and networking can also land you a job.