Hi, guys. I'm kind of in a rush, so I have to type this quickly. Sorry if this is redundant information I'm asking for, or the asking itself is redundant.
I'm an accounting student and life's slowly getting more hectic, and I decided to switch my LSAT date from October to December.
I have 2 Manhattan books I need to read, not to mention the practice tests upon practice tests that will come later after the books.
My question is, are there any 2 month accelerated study plans out there that helped you? (preferrably not one I have to buy)
Hoping for Loyola!
Also, is it true that you won't get any aid if you apply Early Decision? (Not that it matters for me; jut curiosity)
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archieg wrote:Also, is it true that you won't get any aid if you apply Early Decision? (Not that it matters for me; jut curiosity)
Some give full rides (NU, GW). Some sometimes give merit aid. Some will lock you in at sticker. It just depends.
As for an accelerated program.... You need to accelerate through Manhattan in the next few weeks and give yourself nearly all of Oct and Nov to drill and pt.
This thread should give you lots of ideas, viewtopic.php?f=6&t=396
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