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  1. Update. I would like $275 for this bundle, but I am open to offers.
  2. Update: would like $275 for the bundle but open to offers.
  3. I am selling some prep materials. Would prefer to move as a lot but open to selling individually. I also have little clue on pricing for these (materials are not mine), so first reasonable offer I will likely accept. For sale is the following: - 7Sage Account (active until late April, extendable for longer too. LSATs 1-88 also included in the account) - Entire PowerScore Bible and Work Book Series - Mike Kim LSAT Trainer (most recent edition) - Princeton Review Series (with practice tests) Don't be shy to make an offer! I am open to all offers, and am simply looking to move this stuff soon. Shipping will be on the buyer, but I could meet for pick up (in SW Ontario/ north GTA) if needed.
  4. I am selling some prep materials. Would prefer to move as a lot but open to selling individually. I also have little clue on pricing for these (materials are not mine), so first reasonable offer I will likely accept. For sale is the following: - 7Sage Account (active until late April, extendable for longer too. LSATs 1-88 also included in the account) - Entire PowerScore Bible and Work Book Series - Mike Kim LSAT Trainer (most recent edition) - Princeton Review Series (with practice tests) Don't be shy to make an offer! I am open to all offers, and am simply looking to move this stuff soon. Shipping will be on the buyer, but I could meet for pick up (in SW Ontario/ north GTA) if needed.
  5. WOW! Thank you everyone for your sound advice. I am taking my baseline test in two weeks (once spring semester ends) and will create a plan from there. Any advice before then is appreciated as well
  6. Thank you. Glad to hear someone is employing a similar strategy. If you don't mind me asking, when are you writing? And have you found a substantial improvement from your baseline from when you started? (if you did a baseline)
  7. To be completely honest, I am not sure if I have an aptitude for the test or not (guess we will see when I do my baseline in June). I just didn't want to get caught unprepared on test day.
  8. Hello everyone, I am planning to write the LSAT in January 2021 and I am planning to start studying mid June after my spring courses are complete. This is what I have for a strategy so far. I created this with a little background searching on the internet, so I am seeking input on how I should change this (what should I add in, take out etc.) - Powerscore Bibles (Using their 24-week study schedule) - Khan Academy as a secondary resource. - May add in tutoring closer to test date to get me over the edge Any input on what works for you or what you recommend for resources is greatly appreciated.
  9. Hello everyone, I am considering applying to Windsor's Dual JD in the next year or so and was wondering what the scholarship prospects for students were. On US admissions forums, the average admission stats for Dual JD (155, 3.12) get you a pretty good scholarship at UDM if you do your JD there. Does this mean that most Dual JDs get a decent entrance scholarship from the UDM side of the program, or do they usually not get much in the way of scholarships. Note: This is not a threat to debate merits of Dual JD v Single JD, Windsor v other schools etc. Simply a question about financing.
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