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Complete BS. You can easily train your brain to at least think the LSAT way in 1-2 months and increase your ability if you had none before.People who continue to get low scores just refuse to learn the important things (POE, logic, etc)I'm not saying you can go from 150 to 170+, but a significant improvement seems to be the norm for the majority of those who really take preparation seriously.I know I am a good test taker myself, but for me, when it comes to tests like...
LSAT (as well as the GMAT, GRE, etc) is a perfectly learnable test.I sucked at logic games in the beginning as well, choked on the real test, and still managed a T14 score (that I never took advantage of, thank god)
fuck yeah, she went to the most exclusive law school in the country!!???! I think Connie is the only other graduate
One of my favorite series ever! When is this coming out?
What do people have against doing their own homework?
Sounds like international finance to me?In any case, international business may be ok as an easy elective class, but god bless anyone who actually majors in it.
Ugh, the next 24 hours were even better... WTF. I hate this girl. I was about to write her off, and now this. Been in so many long term relationships, came close to marrying before, loved before - but never felt like this about anyone else. Honestly, there is a cold, logical part of me that tells me it would never work, and then there is a part of me that doesn't care about any of that and would give anything for another day, and the day after that... Ugh.
I guess I'm one of the 1% that really puts the Moleskine to use, and I pretty much swear by it. Basically, I've used it throughout grad school, and now use it at work. I typically take notes during all my meetings or when I plan things, but I do transfer certain things to MS OneNote. At work It usually takes me about 4-5 months to fill a standard moleskine notebook up, although I've have really busy periods when it was more like three months. I've tried all kinds of...
Unfortunately goals and income vary for everyone. Maybe I'm wrong for trying to average things out for the normal "professional."
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