dm1683 wrote:thewhalefish wrote:WTF, Harvard. Not really sure how to feel about this... the GRE is so easy and the LSAT is, well, not. I am also relying on a stellar LSAT due to a low GPA so... /m\
Yeah heard about this. I have a 4.0 and decent softs so part of me (the irrational part) wants to just say f the LSAT, take the GRE and roll the dice on H.
TBH - I wouldn't if you are set on law school, especially within a given time frame. Then again, I'm also of the mindset that significant money to a T10 school > HLS for many (those with generic big law aspirations). Furthermore, we have no idea what the admissions rates for GPA+GRE will be for HLS, but this risk is significantly lower if you don't mind missing a cycle. I'd suspect you will need a near perfect, if not perfect, GRE for HLS. Ultimately, this is a way to boost medians without reducing class size, but we will see.
Anywho, I am currently working on some basic free material for the website (yall can definitely still use it as a directory for all 7Sage, LSAT Hacks, ManhattanPrep, PowerScore, and Velocity LSAT explanations in one place) and am working on recurring inferences. I am starting somewhat basic and working my way up, but the goal is to do fake but super truncated games that force the one inference. If you come across one (no matter how simple), please PM me! I can then write up an entry like I have for the first two I just finished (the HTML has been kind of a learning curve) https://180pedia.com/logic-games-recurring-inferences/
I'm also free to answer any questions you may have about prep, and I can do my best to help!