thanks goes out to all the ppl who make it possible for this thread to stay alive. without your comments, our world would be one of thoughtful discourse and understanding....if you had any familiarity with those concepts, this board would not be what it is: a fountain of hate-o-rade.this weeks quote:Quote from: Ron Shivenstein on June 22, 2006, 06:48:03 PMI was kind of in the same situation as you a few months back (Yale vs. NYU$$$). If I had to choose between those schools, I would have to say TAKE THE LSAT AGAIN!!. Please take my advice to heart. With some real dedication you can get that LSAT score you really want. Remember, "Rome wasn't built in a day", so set those goals a little higher and aim for Ivy!Ron Shivenstein you are a bastard. the op started a thread about her dilema, attending hofstra ft to uop pt. now i would assume most ppl would bring up the pros and cons of each school, what decision her personal situation would merit and so on and so forth. some would even bring up similar situations to perhaps provide guidence.But our friend Ron Shivenstein takes it to the next level. i want to believe he truly thinks he can help, but as we all know, jerks just love to talk about how prestigious they are. i am beside myself in rage that this guy. he just seeps with elitism and self importance. he knows nothing about the op's personally history, yet implores the op to LSAT again, he even says it from the heart... as though she MUST listen to his advice or face the dreadful future. getting into an ivy is a great accomplisahment, but for us mere mortals we must deal with the situation given to us as we see fit, and his elistism brings nothing to the board. this guy is trash and belongs in the trash. worst off...you messed with a great friend of mine, which mean you can never be forgiven.
I was kind of in the same situation as you a few months back (Yale vs. NYU$$$). If I had to choose between those schools, I would have to say TAKE THE LSAT AGAIN!!. Please take my advice to heart. With some real dedication you can get that LSAT score you really want. Remember, "Rome wasn't built in a day", so set those goals a little higher and aim for Ivy!
Honestly, I don't understand why so many of you are green. People ask questions, and I give them answers. Maybe my replies are not what the common man wants to hear but they are the truth. Stop settling for less!! Just think, one more hour per night would make a world of difference. The LSAT is crucial in the admission's process. ROME WASN'T BUILT IN A DAMN DAY!!! -Shivenstein "The Philosopher King"
plus, vassar is a girlie school, as we have already discussed.
That's cool how you referenced a case.
I'm so far from the end of my tether right now that I reckon I could knit myself some socks with the slack.
Nice work, Al!
a 177 is pretty damned good.
I nominate this post:Quote from: ::kills self:: on December 10, 2006, 01:44:18 PMa 177 is pretty damned good.