littlewing67 wrote:MercW07 wrote:littlewing67 wrote:I've been taking it semi-easy this week. I haven't PT'd like I have been meaning too because I sliced my dominate hand really bad while cleaning a glass cup that shattered in my hand. The biggest cut is healing up a bit and hurts a lot less so I think I will continue my PT schedule Monday and get back on track. I'm fine with that anyways as I started the Manhattan LSAT book this week. Doing Fox + Cambridge drills while doing each chapter in Manhattan LR. -0 on Fox Nec. Assumption but I've done these problems before. Doing them untimed. I am starting to see patterns in nec. assumption questions. Like between defender answers and answers that close the gap. Suff assumptions questions are my shit so sometimes I think with nec assumption I try too hard to close the gap and the answer I may choose is something that strengthens or is more than needed and not necessary for the argument. Doing flaw questions now. Flaw questions can get tricky when you can't predict exactly what the flaw is. My weakest question types thanks to 7sage are weaken, strengthen, nec. assumption and flaw. Trying to get better at these types.
4 weeks from tomorrow y'all
Also, I'm looking into buying a new car. Something under $8k. Thinking Lexus, Honda, or Toyota. Any suggestions?? I'm debating something sporty like a coupe, but if I end up somewhere snowy for law school I'm going to want something that can drive in the snow.
Ive never owned a Lexus, but Ive heard that it costs quite a bit to maintain them especially compared to cars like Hondas or Toyotas. Might be something to consider moving forward.
Actually quiet the contrary. My parents own 2 (LS 400 and RX 350) and just bought a 3rd for my sister. Most dependable luxury cars and are owned by Toyota. My dad fixes everything on the car himself and it’s pretty cheap.
I have a Corolla now and it’s great but it’s hideous and I feel like upgrading lol
If thats the case, then I'd go with the lexus so you can get something sporty/luxury that would really enjoy and its not just "having a car" I didnt know repairs on Lexus werent expensive. I assumed they were in the same realm as BMW, Mercedes and Range Rover where it costs an arm and a leg if you dont have a warranty.
Also, when is your goal to finish MH and Fox by?