Is Law School for ME?

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traehekat
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Re: Is Law School for ME?

Postby traehekat » Sat May 22, 2010 12:28 pm

erudite.2010 wrote:Thanks everyone. Yes, I want to be a lawyer!


WELL THEN YOU GOTTA OWN THAT LSAT SON!

erudite.2010
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Re: Is Law School for ME?

Postby erudite.2010 » Mon May 24, 2010 2:38 am

my prep starts torm!

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trialjunky
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Re: Is Law School for ME?

Postby trialjunky » Mon May 24, 2010 8:00 am

Good luck!!! You'll do fine

erudite.2010
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Re: Is Law School for ME?

Postby erudite.2010 » Mon May 24, 2010 3:01 pm

thank you

forty-two
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Re: Is Law School for ME?

Postby forty-two » Mon May 24, 2010 4:19 pm

erudite.2010 wrote:I'm not even trying to attend a top law school because I feel like I'm not cut out for it.


Don't sell yourself short...you seem like a very intelligent, driven person. Good luck!!!

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birD
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Re: Is Law School for ME?

Postby birD » Mon May 24, 2010 4:35 pm

Search this forum for Pithypike's LSAT study guide. Do it.


seriously DO IT!!!!!!! I raised my score 15 points by using pithypikes method. don't waste your time and money on a class.

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clintonius
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Re: Is Law School for ME?

Postby clintonius » Mon May 24, 2010 4:50 pm

forty-two wrote:
erudite.2010 wrote:I'm not even trying to attend a top law school because I feel like I'm not cut out for it.
Don't sell yourself short...you seem like a very intelligent, driven person. Good luck!!!
Agreed. Absolutely nothing wrong with going local for big money instead of paying sticker at a bigger place, but... if you're landing in the 160s, have a 3.89 and are URM, I think you could wind up with big money in the t14. Law school's going to be hard everywhere, and you want to make sure your options are as open as possible.

Anyways, mostly just wanted to tag this thread and offer a little more encouragement. You'll kill this test.

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Re: Is Law School for ME?

Postby icydash » Mon May 24, 2010 4:53 pm

+1 for Powerscore.

Their books and online virtual course are really, really good. Raised me about 8 points (and a tough 8 points, too).

Also, a lot of people don't realize how much they really should be studying for this test. Plan to do 2-3 hours a day, seven days a week, for about two months (minimum) before actually walking in on test day. This includes a full length PT in a loud place every weekend on top of the previously recommended study time, to familiarize yourself with full length testing & the conditions. This will also add consistency to your scores.

Oh yeah, and BE OPTIMISTIC. It's amazing how much thinking positively can actually do for your score. Seriously.
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Re: Is Law School for ME?

Postby 3 Stripes » Mon May 24, 2010 4:54 pm

You can do it!

Study and practice hard! Keep believing in yourself! Kill the LSAT on test day!

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Re: Is Law School for ME?

Postby erudite.2010 » Mon May 24, 2010 11:47 pm

Thanks for the support my goal is a 160!


I'm thinking about doing a Blog about to motivate people, who had a low LSAT score!

Day 1:
Relative Ordering Game--I love this game

Method of approach: The Tree Diagram
1. Start with the 1st constraint
2. Move to the next constraint that connects to the initial constraint
3. Continue until all constraints are used

MAKE Inferences!




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