How quickly can you crank out a paper?

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby spleenworship » Sat Jul 21, 2012 11:23 pm

sundance95 wrote:
jursx wrote:
sundance95 wrote:Whoa, you graduated law school? Impressed


You know they give it multiple times per year right? That and you have to graduate first to take it. Anyone who waits until graduation to prep is an idiot. I am taking it my final term on campus like any reasonable person (why waste money on seminars when you can get credit for the prep?)

As for the "Impressed" part, don't be. Anyone who shows up sober can graduate law school. 3.3 curves at most schools if the poll on this site means anything.

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Also, not even the rankest festering tttt gives credit for bar prep. 120 troll


Actually I think Thomas Jefferson does. Lol @ trying to pass the bar or getting a job from there though. Both were 30% last year if I recall correctly. Juris, if ur at TJ u really need to work on ur people skills to get employed.

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby jurisx » Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:27 am

sundance95 wrote:
jursx wrote:
sundance95 wrote:Whoa, you graduated law school? Impressed


You know they give it multiple times per year right? That and you have to graduate first to take it. Anyone who waits until graduation to prep is an idiot. I am taking it my final term on campus like any reasonable person (why waste money on seminars when you can get credit for the prep?)

As for the "Impressed" part, don't be. Anyone who shows up sober can graduate law school. 3.3 curves at most schools if the poll on this site means anything.

Thatsthejoke.jpg

Also, not even the rankest festering tttt gives credit for bar prep. 120 troll

bull and you know it.

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby jurisx » Sun Jul 22, 2012 10:29 am

spleenworship wrote:
sundance95 wrote:
jursx wrote:
sundance95 wrote:Whoa, you graduated law school? Impressed


You know they give it multiple times per year right? That and you have to graduate first to take it. Anyone who waits until graduation to prep is an idiot. I am taking it my final term on campus like any reasonable person (why waste money on seminars when you can get credit for the prep?)

As for the "Impressed" part, don't be. Anyone who shows up sober can graduate law school. 3.3 curves at most schools if the poll on this site means anything.

Thatsthejoke.jpg

Also, not even the rankest festering tttt gives credit for bar prep. 120 troll


Actually I think Thomas Jefferson does. Lol @ trying to pass the bar or getting a job from there though. Both were 30% last year if I recall correctly. Juris, if ur at TJ u really need to work on ur people skills to get employed.


so, those awsome IVY School folk DON'T need to People skills? Interesting.........

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby spleenworship » Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:54 pm

jurisx wrote:
spleenworship wrote:
Actually I think Thomas Jefferson does. Lol @ trying to pass the bar or getting a job from there though. Both were 30% last year if I recall correctly. Juris, if ur at TJ u really need to work on ur people skills to get employed.


so, those awsome IVY School folk DON'T need to People skills? Interesting.........


Not as much, no. When you can get a job despite being a social retard there is no incentive to work on your people skills. T14 people can get an interview at OCI and only have to be somewhat sociable for 30 minutes or however long the interview takes in order to secure a job. By comparison, at places like TJ unless you are top 10% you NEED people skills to make contacts and get a job, and that means being social 24/7 until you have that job in hand.


ETA: also, I'm saying your people skills appear to suck, in case you missed that

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby jd20132013 » Sat Jul 28, 2012 5:02 pm

Incidentally, pulled the gentlemans A-

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby Pizon » Sun Jul 29, 2012 4:33 pm

NINETY-SIX PAGES IS NOT A "PAPER."

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby 09042014 » Sun May 12, 2013 11:01 pm

I hope 10 pages in 14 hours is doable.

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby jkay » Mon May 13, 2013 12:02 am

4800 words in six hours today.

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby 09042014 » Mon May 13, 2013 12:38 am

jkay wrote:4800 words in six hours today.


Exam or an actual paper.

If paper, I am not worthy!

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby jrsbaseball5 » Mon May 13, 2013 1:36 am

jkay wrote:4800 words in six hours today.


This made me cringe inside.

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Re: How quickly can you crank out a paper?

Postby jkay » Mon May 13, 2013 10:36 am

Desert Fox wrote:
jkay wrote:4800 words in six hours today.


Exam or an actual paper.

If paper, I am not worthy!


Paper. Some of it included your suggestion about the cloud...but it's more about the first sale doctrine than fair use.

Also, not sure if the paper is worthy either. Don't care though. I will take a gentlemen's B+...but there's also a reasonably good chance I will never look at my grades from this semester.




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