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Postby pipika678 » Mon May 05, 2014 12:58 am

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Re: Catholic University School of Law

Postby rad lulz » Mon May 05, 2014 1:20 am

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Re: Catholic University School of Law

Postby pipika678 » Mon May 05, 2014 1:28 am

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Re: Catholic University School of Law

Postby phillywc » Mon May 05, 2014 3:42 am

pipika678 wrote:
rad lulz wrote:There's no way around it, based on job prospects catholic is shit

Retake bro


My roommate is actually starting catholic this semester, we were hoping to ride the metro together lol.

Hey, thanks. Another question, I was accepted to GW but I did not get any scholarships from them. I don't think I can spend that much money for law school. Should I just wait and start working and maybe prepare for LSAT and retake? Is it possible to prepare for LSAT while working 9 hours mon-sat? I really don't want to give up law school and I am afraid that preparing for LSAT while working would be pretty hard.

Don't do GW at that price.

I worked a full time job and also went to school full time while prepping for LSAT. It might take a little longer/need more work, but you can do it. Having a job buys you time, and that will take some of the pressure off/separate you from your GPA a little.

Good luck! There are some great resources on the LSAT forum.



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