Also, for anyone considering Princeton Review, I’ve heard pretty bad things from my friends. Some of the people I met at Harvard Ready did Princeton Review first and it didn’t help them much. So before you drop $1200-$1500 on a course, make sure you do your research.
Weird comparison, but if you watched Karate Kid, Yoni teaches the LSAT like Mr. Miyagi teaches karate...slightly unconventional and a bit different from other LSAT courses, but it works. The first few lessons are just focused on getting the fundamentals down, like necessary and sufficient conditions. Some of these exercises are actually HARDER than the actual LSAT questions, so once you get to real LR questions for instance, it’s a breeze. Changed my entire perspective of the test, even after reading Powerscore, LSAT trainer, etc. It also helps to have in person training because it allows you to ask questions and study in a class with 10 people who are basically in the same position as you. Bottom line: if you do Harvard Ready, go to all the classes, do all the in class diagnostics and do your homework, 160+ is easily attainable.
One thing supervisors forget (and you will have to manage upwards to obtain) are the basics of assigning a task, anytime you ask someone to do something the assignee should know: Who, What, Where, When, How, and Why?
Hi guys! Does anyone know if there is an order as to how applications are read at uOttawa? Alphabetical by name? Ordered by strength in terms of stats (lsat/gpa)? From the accepted thread for uOttawa I’m seeing people with similar or lower stats than mine receiving offers and it’s giving me a bit of anxiety.
I am pretty confident she is a fraud in which case I would contact the school but at the same time I don't want to ruin her business prospects on condition that she is indeed using an alias (although from reading all of your experiences she seems to be doing a good job ruining her business herself)