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March 08, 2008

LAW STUDENT OF THE DECADE

Key quote: “It was easy. I studied a week before the test.”

(Thanks to Charles)

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I think we may have an opening on the Supreme Court soon. He should apply.

A NEW THREAD!! BLESS YOU SAINT JUDI!

That shouldn't be a hard test to pass.*

1. What do you do when you see an ambulance?
2. Which do you love more, your family or money?
3. Do morals matter to you, and if so, how are you going to rectify that?
4. Define rectify.

*Apologies to Eleanor.

Ah, crap. Now there's going to be an onslaught of THOSE jokes.

Law jokes?

Not from me, sly.

Saint Judi? She has three miracles already?

HELL NO! I know what not to make fun of...

Besides, I loves El.

Jeff, welcome back! Had a great time in NYC and it was much cold!

Thanks, Siouxie and Wench, but since everyone might not feel the need to apologize, I'm moving to the Vibrass thread. :)

Sorry El; it's those 97.3% that give those good lawyers a bad name.

He should get an early start on his education and sue the university. Just an idea...

Low standards?

For lawyers?

Only in (South) America ...

I know nothing about this particular entrance exam, but I can tell you that in the U.S., law school grades are usually based entirely on an exam at the end of the course. Many law students have little time for studying during the semester because they are busy with law review, moot court, clinics, and so forth, especially during their second and third years of law school. Consequently, they do most of their studying right before finals. Once you get the hang of it, this can work quite well.

The LSAT is basically an aptitude test. A lot of people take a course to try to prepare for it, but how much difference that makes, I do not know.

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