If someone gave you $5,000

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RudeDudewithAttitude
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Re: If someone gave you $5,000

Postby RudeDudewithAttitude » Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:32 pm

1) I would get the powerscore bibles and ALL the prep tests.
2) I would use the extra money to NOT work and dedicate 2-3 months on the LSAT.

I was able to do number one, but not 2. I was working 30-40 hours a week and it nearly killed me. I was a little disappointed with my LSAT score, but not enough to retake while working 30-40 hours again.

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Re: If someone gave you $5,000

Postby GATORTIM » Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:38 pm

5000 lotto tix

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Re: If someone gave you $5,000

Postby ConsideringLawSchool » Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:41 pm

RudeDudewithAttitude wrote:1) I would get the powerscore bibles and ALL the prep tests.
2) I would use the extra money to NOT work and dedicate 2-3 months on the LSAT.

I was able to do number one, but not 2. I was working 30-40 hours a week and it nearly killed me. I was a little disappointed with my LSAT score, but not enough to retake while working 30-40 hours again.


Obviously, you know best what worked for you/would have worked for you. That said, I do not necessarily think that taking time off from work is desirable. For me, I was working in two jobs throughout studying, and I think that a rigid schedule actually helped me to be more productive in studying and less stressed about the test. Just my two cents...

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Re: If someone gave you $5,000

Postby RudeDudewithAttitude » Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:44 pm

ConsideringLawSchool wrote:
RudeDudewithAttitude wrote:1) I would get the powerscore bibles and ALL the prep tests.
2) I would use the extra money to NOT work and dedicate 2-3 months on the LSAT.

I was able to do number one, but not 2. I was working 30-40 hours a week and it nearly killed me. I was a little disappointed with my LSAT score, but not enough to retake while working 30-40 hours again.


Obviously, you know best what worked for you/would have worked for you. That said, I do not necessarily think that taking time off from work is desirable. For me, I was working in two jobs throughout studying, and I think that a rigid schedule actually helped me to be more productive in studying and less stressed about the test. Just my two cents...


To each his own. All I know is that studying for the LSAT, going to school, and working was way more stressful than my first semester of law school.

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Re: If someone gave you $5,000

Postby Woozy » Fri Feb 19, 2010 10:17 pm

MF248 wrote:
Desert Fox wrote:
itsfine wrote:
tsbotros wrote:put it all on black



never heard such a foolish strategy ha


Real men put it on 00.


TITCR


A few years ago, on my first ever trip to Vegas, I kept telling my best friend that the first thing I was going to do was put the $100 he owed me on 00. We get to the wheel, I pull out Mr. Franklin, the croupier looks at me but I get cold feet and decide to hang on to my money. He spins the wheel and hits 00. That's when I knew I wasn't a real man.




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