Is this a winning t-14 plan?

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Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby redmars » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:15 pm

1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby arkansawyer » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:17 pm

That's a lot of assuming.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby redmars » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:18 pm

arkansawyer wrote:That's a lot of assuming.


Nobody asked you to make dumb obnoxious posts. Either answer the question or stfu

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby Bildungsroman » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:18 pm

This is why people shouldn't join TLS before college.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby Curious1 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:19 pm

redmars wrote:
arkansawyer wrote:That's a lot of assuming.


Nobody asked you to make dumb obnoxious posts. Either answer the question or stfu


lol.

Your winning attitude will surely guarantee you success in law school and in life.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby arkansawyer » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:20 pm

redmars wrote:
arkansawyer wrote:That's a lot of assuming.


Nobody asked you to make dumb obnoxious posts. Either answer the question or stfu


Ok, a better plan is to join the military and die.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby Flame Retarded » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:20 pm

redmars wrote:1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.


Actually, this was my plan. When I arrived at my local community college, however, I realized it was everyone else's plan, too. All of my professors had terminal degrees from HYP or similar schools. They all graded on a scale --- A = top 5%, B+top 10%, B top 20. No C's were awarded. It was top 20% or fail.
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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby jkpolk » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:21 pm

arkansawyer wrote:
redmars wrote:
arkansawyer wrote:That's a lot of assuming.


Nobody asked you to make dumb obnoxious posts. Either answer the question or stfu


Ok, a better plan is to join the military anddie.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby arkansawyer » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:22 pm

polkij333 wrote:
arkansawyer wrote:
redmars wrote:
arkansawyer wrote:That's a lot of assuming.


Nobody asked you to make dumb obnoxious posts. Either answer the question or stfu


Ok, a better plan is to join the military anddie.


I like yours better.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby Ginj » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:22 pm

redmars wrote:
arkansawyer wrote:That's a lot of assuming.


Nobody asked you to make dumb obnoxious posts. Either answer the question or stfu


I like your authoritative voice.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby redmars » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:23 pm

Flame Retarded wrote:
redmars wrote:1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.


Actually, this was my plan. When I arrived at my local community college, however, I realized it was everyone else's plan, too. All of my professors had terminal degrees from HYP or similar schools. They all graded on a scale - A = top 5%, B+top 10%, B top 20. No C's were awarded. It was top 20% or fail.


I am expert at using ratemyprofessor to get easy teachers. I took several CC classes and I passed with 4.0...didn't even show up to half of them

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby redmars » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:23 pm

Ginj wrote:
redmars wrote:
arkansawyer wrote:That's a lot of assuming.


Nobody asked you to make dumb obnoxious posts. Either answer the question or stfu


I like your authoritative voice.


Practicing to be a partner lol

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby Curious1 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:23 pm

redmars wrote:
Flame Retarded wrote:
redmars wrote:1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.


Actually, this was my plan. When I arrived at my local community college, however, I realized it was everyone else's plan, too. All of my professors had terminal degrees from HYP or similar schools. They all graded on a scale - A = top 5%, B+top 10%, B top 20. No C's were awarded. It was top 20% or fail.


I am expert at using ratemyprofessor to get easy teachers. I took several CC classes and I passed with 4.0...didn't even show up to half of them


That's so cool dude. Can you teach me?

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby gaud » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:23 pm

redmars wrote: I took several CC classes and I passed with 4.0...didn't even show up to half of them


you don't say?

EDIT: beat me to it, Curious1

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby arkansawyer » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:25 pm

redmars wrote:
Flame Retarded wrote:
redmars wrote:1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.


Actually, this was my plan. When I arrived at my local community college, however, I realized it was everyone else's plan, too. All of my professors had terminal degrees from HYP or similar schools. They all graded on a scale - A = top 5%, B+top 10%, B top 20. No C's were awarded. It was top 20% or fail.


I am expert at using ratemyprofessor to get easy teachers. I took several CC classes and I passed with 4.0...didn't even show up to half of them


Now I'm completely convinced that you have the intellectual rigor to score well on the LSAT and succeed at a T-14.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby Flame Retarded » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:25 pm

redmars wrote:
Flame Retarded wrote:
redmars wrote:1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.


Actually, this was my plan. When I arrived at my local community college, however, I realized it was everyone else's plan, too. All of my professors had terminal degrees from HYP or similar schools. They all graded on a scale - A = top 5%, B+top 10%, B top 20. No C's were awarded. It was top 20% or fail.


I am expert at using ratemyprofessor to get easy teachers. I took several CC classes and I passed with 4.0...didn't even show up to half of them


You might be in for a surprise. A lot of my professors were even more pro at ratemyprofessor than I was. They stealthedited them to make themselves not only appear easy, as teachers. But hot, and easy as people. I went in thinking I was going to bang out top grades and primo ass. And I did, because I'm a winner. But this only worked out for every 2/10 people. Also, if you don't show up to office hours early, you're getting seconds.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby JoeMo » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:26 pm

redmars wrote:
Flame Retarded wrote:
redmars wrote:1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.


Actually, this was my plan. When I arrived at my local community college, however, I realized it was everyone else's plan, too. All of my professors had terminal degrees from HYP or similar schools. They all graded on a scale - A = top 5%, B+top 10%, B top 20. No C's were awarded. It was top 20% or fail.


I am expert at using ratemyprofessor to get easy teachers. I took several CC classes and I passed with 4.0...didn't even show up to half of them


You're already a law school gunner so you're golden.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby Ginj » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:26 pm

Flame Retarded wrote:
redmars wrote:
Flame Retarded wrote:
redmars wrote:1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.


Actually, this was my plan. When I arrived at my local community college, however, I realized it was everyone else's plan, too. All of my professors had terminal degrees from HYP or similar schools. They all graded on a scale - A = top 5%, B+top 10%, B top 20. No C's were awarded. It was top 20% or fail.


I am expert at using ratemyprofessor to get easy teachers. I took several CC classes and I passed with 4.0...didn't even show up to half of them


You might be in for a surprise. A lot of my professors were even more pro at ratemyprofessor than I was. They stealthedited them to make themselves not only appear easy, as teachers. But hot, and easy as people. I went in thinking I was going to bang out top grades and primo ass. And I did, because I'm a winner. But this only worked out for every 2/10 people. Also, if you don't show up to office hours early, you're getting seconds.


Heh.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby sunynp » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:27 pm

Curious1 wrote:
redmars wrote:
arkansawyer wrote:That's a lot of assuming.


Nobody asked you to make dumb obnoxious posts. Either answer the question or stfu


lol.

Your winning attitude will surely guarantee you success in law school and in life.


lol...

But, OP if you are asking if going to CC and then a state school will hurt you, the answer is no. All that matters is your GPA. Going to an Ivy would give you a small boost possibly, but not essential. Keeping your debt down and getting the absolute best grades you can is most important. It may not be as easy to get those averages as you think. Many people are going the CC to state college route now to save money.

Also, if you are looking for majors, you might consider something that will help you end up in intellectual property law. But those majors almost always have lower GPAs than a social science degree. For law admissions, GPA is crucial. For jobs after law school, intellectual property is one of the best fields right now. Just be sure to excel at whatever major you choose. Other people might have different views, this is just my opinion.

This advice is, of course, unless something dramatic happens in admissions by the time you get there.
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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby Curious1 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:27 pm

You might be in for a surprise. A lot of my professors were even more pro at ratemyprofessor than I was. They stealthedited them to make themselves not only appear easy, as teachers. But hot, and easy as people. I went in thinking I was going to bang out top grades and primo ass. And I did, because I'm a winner. But this only worked out for every 2/10 people. Also, if you don't show up to office hours early, you're getting seconds.


I'm ok with flaming as long as you keep it this funny.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby ThreeRivers » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:28 pm

Flame Retarded wrote:
redmars wrote:1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.


Actually, this was my plan. When I arrived at my local community college, however, I realized it was everyone else's plan, too. All of my professors had terminal degrees from HYP or similar schools. They all graded on a scale --- A = top 5%, B+top 10%, B top 20. No C's were awarded. It was top 20% or fail.

lmao....weak troll
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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby redmars » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:28 pm

arkansawyer wrote:
redmars wrote:
Flame Retarded wrote:
redmars wrote:1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.


Actually, this was my plan. When I arrived at my local community college, however, I realized it was everyone else's plan, too. All of my professors had terminal degrees from HYP or similar schools. They all graded on a scale - A = top 5%, B+top 10%, B top 20. No C's were awarded. It was top 20% or fail.


I am expert at using ratemyprofessor to get easy teachers. I took several CC classes and I passed with 4.0...didn't even show up to half of them


Now I'm completely convinced that you have the intellectual rigor to score well on the LSAT and succeed at a T-14.


I was born with the intellectual rigor, son. My destiny is Yale, or if not I'll settle for that tier 2 school in Cambridge.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby sunynp » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:29 pm

Fuck, why do I always fall for the trolls.

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby redmars » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:29 pm

I am so tired of these bitter TTT losers trolling my thread. Can someone with elite credentials please comment?

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Re: Is this a winning t-14 plan?

Postby redmars » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:31 pm

JoeMo wrote:
redmars wrote:
Flame Retarded wrote:
redmars wrote:1.) Get AA @ Community College. Easy classes, easy professors....4.0

2) Transfer to State School junior year. Same thing. Easy to get 3.85+ at a school where everybody parties all the time and merely showing up to class is B+ work.

Assuming acceptable LSAT score, would this be a successful road-map to T-14 admittance.


Actually, this was my plan. When I arrived at my local community college, however, I realized it was everyone else's plan, too. All of my professors had terminal degrees from HYP or similar schools. They all graded on a scale - A = top 5%, B+top 10%, B top 20. No C's were awarded. It was top 20% or fail.


I am expert at using ratemyprofessor to get easy teachers. I took several CC classes and I passed with 4.0...didn't even show up to half of them


You're already a law school gunner so you're golden.


Gunner has negative connotations. I am not a gunner, just expert manipulator.




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