What To Do Til Fall

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gustrock
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What To Do Til Fall

Postby gustrock » Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:03 pm

Not doing anything... Should i do Anything law related?
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Re: What To Do Til Fall

Postby 09042014 » Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:04 pm

gustrock wrote:So everything is done.
1. LSAT: Check
2. Applications: Check
3.FAFSA: Check

I currently moved to Montreal with a buddy. I have no job, since I do not have a Visa. My days consist of getting up at 1 or 2pm and then partying at night. I figure now is the time in my life to do it, because when Fall comes around, its work work work. My question is what do you guys think I could be doing to stay mentally active. The past year I was living in Los Angeles, had a job, and was studying for the LSAT. I was staying productive, while at the same time keeping the intellectual juices flowing.Do you guys think this lifestyle will screw me come August? I am worried I will learn the hard way the rigors of a Law School education. Any thoughts are welcomed. Thanks guys.

P.S. I will most likely be attending a Tier 2 school (50-100).


Retake the LSAT.

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Re: What To Do Til Fall

Postby gustrock » Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:06 pm

For fun? Or actually attend a proctored exam? I was happy with my score.

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Re: What To Do Til Fall

Postby 09042014 » Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:13 pm

gustrock wrote:For fun? Or actually attend a proctored exam? I was happy with my score.


Are you going to that T2 for free?

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Re: What To Do Til Fall

Postby gustrock » Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:20 pm

Haven't heard back from anyone yet. Got all my apps out early January. I say T2 because that is what my numbers suggest. I am just worried that my score would decline. I haven't studied since the December LSAT, and the February exam is right around the corner.

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Re: What To Do Til Fall

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Re: What To Do Til Fall

Postby TheTopBloke » Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:22 pm

gustrock wrote:So everything is done.
1. LSAT: Check
2. Applications: Check
3.FAFSA: Check

I currently moved to Montreal with a buddy. I have no job, since I do not have a Visa. My days consist of getting up at 1 or 2pm and then partying at night. I figure now is the time in my life to do it, because when Fall comes around, its work work work. My question is what do you guys think I could be doing to stay mentally active. The past year I was living in Los Angeles, had a job, and was studying for the LSAT. I was staying productive, while at the same time keeping the intellectual juices flowing.Do you guys think this lifestyle will screw me come August? I am worried I will learn the hard way the rigors of a Law School education. Any thoughts are welcomed. Thanks guys.

P.S. I will most likely be attending a Tier 2 school (50-100).


Why Montreal?

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Re: What To Do Til Fall

Postby gustrock » Fri Jan 22, 2010 6:26 pm

My buddy moved there five months ago and loved it. His roomate is in South America for 3 months, So i am just subletting the place. Got here 3 days ago. Its an awesome city. (For anyone that speaks french and english, McGill in Montreal has a great law program. Furthermore, the cost to attend is close to nothing, even for Americans.)




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