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WSJ_Law
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Re: 3.96/149

Postby WSJ_Law » Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:26 pm

Thanks for changing your mind about law school!

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thenerd
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Re: 3.96/149

Postby thenerd » Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:30 pm

I did not change my mind.The path to law school might be longer ( for me) but that doesn't mean I give up. :|

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby WSJ_Law » Tue Nov 15, 2011 3:46 pm

You english probably means you not be good lawyer and waste money if get law degree from third toilet tier. No useful to clients and shitty advocate.

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby nickjive » Tue Nov 15, 2011 3:55 pm

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby ggibelli » Tue Nov 15, 2011 3:56 pm

WSJ_Law wrote:You english probably means you not be good lawyer and waste money if get law degree from third toilet tier. No useful to clients and shitty advocate.


well this guys just hilarious :roll:

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby MachineLemon » Tue Nov 15, 2011 4:02 pm

Forgive me if this has been asked & answered, but how do you think you'd score if you had 10 more minutes? If your answer is a score that puts you in a decent school, keep studying/practicing/reading the Economist. If not, then your language issues may hold you back when/if you get to law school--regardless of your LSAT score. (Just read a few cases and see what you think.)

IMO, if you can get many more of the questions right by taking a few extra minutes, the problem is your reading strategy. If the time doesn't help, take a year to improve your English proficiency and try again.

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby divinelygolden » Tue Nov 15, 2011 4:04 pm

With your GPA, I would spend money on a course and fight for a higher score. Take the Feb LSAT, you have nothing to lose. :D

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby thenerd » Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:48 am

WSJ_Law wrote:You English probably means you not be good lawyer and waste money if get law degree from third toilet tier. No useful to clients and shitty advocate.


Are you attending Yale or Harvard?
Do have have a job with biglaw

If the answer is NO...
fuck off!!!
You may know the language or have a higher LSAT score but you are a person walking with a toilet on your head.

anyways thanks for you !@#@#% comments!!

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby thenerd » Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:49 am

divinelygolden wrote:With your GPA, I would spend money on a course and fight for a higher score. Take the Feb LSAT, you have nothing to lose. :D


Thanks!! yes,taking the Feb test..

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby thenerd » Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:53 am

TylerM wrote:Forgive me if this has been asked & answered, but how do you think you'd score if you had 10 more minutes? If your answer is a score that puts you in a decent school, keep studying/practicing/reading the Economist. If not, then your language issues may hold you back when/if you get to law school--regardless of your LSAT score. (Just read a few cases and see what you think.)

IMO, if you can get many more of the questions right by taking a few extra minutes, the problem is your reading strategy. If the time doesn't help, take a year to improve your English proficiency and try again.



My score especially in LR goes 4-5 points up with 7-8 minutes.( PT 39-47)
and 100% with 10 mins more in LG. ( PT 39-47)
RC it takes 45 mins for 65% accuracy.( PT 39-47)

:|

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby Samara » Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:53 am

thenerd wrote:
WSJ_Law wrote:You English probably means you not be good lawyer and waste money if get law degree from third toilet tier. No useful to clients and shitty advocate.


Are you attending Yale or Harvard?
Do have have a job with biglaw

If the answer is NO...
fuck off!!!
You may know the language or have a higher LSAT score but you are a person walking with a toilet on your head.

anyways thanks for you !@#@#% comments!!

Ignore WSJ_Law. He's just an annoying troll.

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby thexfactor » Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:56 am

study... retake...
get a 160+ and enjoy UVA ED.

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby WSJ_Law » Wed Nov 16, 2011 6:42 pm

Lol. "person walking with a toilet on my head". tyft

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby biglaw$ » Wed Nov 16, 2011 7:05 pm

thenerd wrote:I wanna be in a good law school so bad.


Sigh...

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby mattviphky » Wed Apr 11, 2012 12:38 am

how'd you do?

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby jcccc » Sat Apr 14, 2012 5:52 am

How does one get 3.96 but a 149 on the LSAT?
Basket-weaving major I assume?

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby Artistry » Tue Apr 17, 2012 3:45 am

thenerd wrote:I will apply to the following schools-

New York Law School
Pennsylvania State University
Temple University
University of Miami
Brooklyn Law School
St. Loius University

fml.. :|

Where do you have ties? Where do you want to practice?

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby TLSwag » Tue Apr 17, 2012 6:13 am

jcccc wrote:How does one get 3.96 but a 149 on the LSAT?
Basket-weaving major I assume?


By lack of proficiency in the English language, which translates to inefficient reading comprehension on the LSAT.

Your commentary ITT suggests you could probably use some reading comprehension practice, as well.

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby splitsplat » Wed Apr 18, 2012 8:54 pm

jcccc wrote:How does one get 3.96 but a 149 on the LSAT?
Basket-weaving major I assume?


or foreign student with a hard science major that doesn't require much reading/writing

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby CanadianWolf » Wed Apr 18, 2012 10:18 pm

OP: Avoid NYLS as suggested in an earlier post. Temple is a solid law school if targeting Philadelphia.

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Re: 3.96/149

Postby Real Madrid » Thu Apr 19, 2012 6:21 am

WSJ_Law wrote:You english probably means you not be good lawyer and waste money if get law degree from third toilet tier. No useful to clients and shitty advocate.


It's funny that you think you're funny.




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