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thx

Postby Nanosoft » Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:03 pm

edited : thx, I'll take your advice.
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Re: AAM, 3.06, 157.... 1 LoR - Options?

Postby sophia.olive » Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:13 pm

Find a job, take a year off, ask boss from new job to write a letter, retake the lsat

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Re: AAM, 3.06, 157.... 1 LoR - Options?

Postby Nanosoft » Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:21 pm

sophia.olive wrote:Find a job, take a year off, ask boss from new job to write a letter, retake the lsat


That dire huh? :cry:

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Re: AAM, 3.06, 157.... 1 LoR - Options?

Postby sophia.olive » Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:23 pm

Not the 1 lor by itself but the lsat, gpa, 1 lor, and not having a job for a year, all together make it seem pretty dire to me. :|

You wanna separate yourself from that gpa with something other than unemployment, even if it is flipping burgers. And this should give you more time to focus on the only thing you should be focusing on right now, retaking the lsat to save yourself from a life time of debt.
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Re: AAM, 3.06, 157.... 1 LoR - Options?

Postby Nanosoft » Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:26 pm

sophia.olive wrote:Not the 1 lor by itself but the lsat, gpa, 1 lor, and not having a job for a year, all together make it seem pretty dire to me. :|


Well thank you for your honest input, I won't give up just yet but if worst shall come to pass I'll most certainly be forced to take your advice... :wink:

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You wanna separate yourself from that gpa with something other than unemployment, even if it is flipping burgers. And this should give you more time to focus on the only thing you should be focusing on right now, retaking the lsat to save yourself from a life time of debt.


I do have some okay experience while in college, it's just been hell since graduation.

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Re: AAM, 3.06, 157.... 1 LoR - Options?

Postby sophia.olive » Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:29 pm

Nanosoft wrote:
sophia.olive wrote:Not the 1 lor by itself but the lsat, gpa, 1 lor, and not having a job for a year, all together make it seem pretty dire to me. :|


Well thank you for your honest input, I won't give up just yet but if worst shall come to pass I'll most certainly be forced to take your advice... :wink:

Edit :

You wanna separate yourself from that gpa with something other than unemployment, even if it is flipping burgers. And this should give you more time to focus on the only thing you should be focusing on right now, retaking the lsat to save yourself from a life time of debt.


I do have some okay experience while in college, it's just been hell since graduation.

It has been for everyone, but others will have done something for that year.

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Re: AAM, 3.06, 157.... 1 LoR - Options?

Postby sophia.olive » Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:32 pm

For me it would come down to the fact that if you scored 10-15 points higher on the lsat you could go to a decent school for free.




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