dosto wrote:What are you all drinking
muzzy wrote:If you can, go for a walk at some point. Worked some serious magic on my PS the other day.blackbirdfly wrote:dosto wrote:What are you all drinking
Coffee. Staying up all night to finish my PS.
louierodriguez wrote:What's it like not spending your hours in LSAT books?
ManoftheHour wrote:louierodriguez wrote:What's it like not spending your hours in LSAT books?
You know how when you were in college, you were constantly stressed out about exams and stuff and couldn't wait to get out into the real world and start working and now you are working and wished you could go back to being in school with all your friends and drinking and partying and shit rather than deal with bills and responsibility?
Yeah, it's not like that at all.
dosto wrote:dcoppo01 wrote:I scored awful again but improved from October... I have no idea what to do -_-
Was it your second take? Did you under-perform compared to your PT average?
rftdd888 wrote:I have a question for you folks about applications generally-
How much of the non-required fields in applications do you fill out? in one application, for example, a lot of non-required fields under the Education part of the application ask about my institution, date attended, date graduated, degree major, GPA, etc. It may also ask to list awards, things like dean's list which I already have in my resume and assumed they would learn of that way.
is it most prudent to "go hard" and fill out as much of these applications as possible, even the extraneous details or random personal questions they ask? I don't want to half ass it