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Re: MLM Schemes and Scams
Yup, BBB means about as much as saying means that a product is trustworthy.
Isn't that the Orthodox Rabbis kosher symbol? ;)

December 21, 2015, 06:45:27 PM
Re: Best one-liners
When a collector comes over in shul with a hand full of cash and says "Tzadaka?" doesn't everyone respond "No thanks."
I would love to use a similar line when the gabbai come to ask if I want to daven for the amud. "No, it's ok, you can do it."

August 04, 2016, 12:54:45 PM
Re: Rome Master Thread BA"Ghetto Milky twice a day, every day. I know I didn't try everything at both places, but everything we had at BA"Ghetto was "WOW" and everything we had at Yotvata was "Good".
August 15, 2016, 01:36:48 PM
Re: Elite Member Groups! I wish rewards programs were this easy. I am a Platinum Elite already.  :)
August 22, 2016, 08:23:32 AM
Re: Great DDF One-Liners
Nu, use the like button! >:(
Not on your life. In case you can't see it I am sitting on my hands and I refuse to hit the like button. I am protesting the oppression of non-Jews on this forum. To me, this is bigger than DDF and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are credit cards in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with denying me for no reason.

August 31, 2016, 05:52:04 PM
Re: Lakewood Baby Left In Car
There are 2 issues.
There are babies that die due to negligence and those that die due to a mistake.

For negligence there's nothing you can do besides punish the parent.
To avoid mistakes, we need awareness that it can happen to even the most loving and caring parents, ans that we should add extra measures to avoid these tragedies.
We'll do anything to justify our enjoyment in gossiping

September 01, 2016, 05:00:52 PM
Re: Law School
Ya but he has a smaller sample size and could be that his students are usually of the smarter variety. Most of the people that are going to him (at least the people that I know) are really smart and are targeting the top schools in the country.
No doubt, but those numbers are still amazing, assuming this guy wants the same and will work hard, he may be able to do the same.

@CS1 4-6 hour for the December test may not be enough at this point ftr.

Maybe you had a really bad diagnostic  :P
I think I maybe finished 1 game... So ya...

September 25, 2016, 12:12:41 AM
Re: Law School
True, but after a mid 160s LSAT score, the 4-6 hrs per day may be fine for a 170+ on the next test.

To commute to Fisch and study well, he'd probably have to stop working in Oct & Nov.

The 1/3 gets in the 170's is a great motivator. If there's a 75% + change in that, then this is worth doing full time. (Married and paying Brooklyn rent)
The goal here is to try to get into Northwestern; ideally with a scholarship.

Maybe it is enough. Maybe not. The best practice is taking dozens of simulated tests and hundreds of simulated sections with timers. And some with no timers just trying to get every question correct.

The thing is improving to the 170's is the hardest part and while someome can get in the 160's with not studying intensely it has no indication they can do the same to get in the 170's. But I'm not saying he can't.

What is he working as now? If it's not an important job I don't see how it can be worth it to work now regardless if he knows he wants law school he should be putting his blood sweat and tears and whatever the cost to get the best score possible. Why go for a 170? Go for a 180. Striving high is a great motivator, and can help a lot.

And remember even with all the practice tests there is nothing like test day. Nerves are something that is hard to practice for. I say next to someone that was getting a 178-180 on all his recent simulated practice tests. He cancelled his score on test day because he set read his watch wrong for how much time he had left and bombed an entire section...

Also how much have you looked into Northwestern scholars who gets them? what GPA/lsat/work experience they have to have?

September 25, 2016, 07:53:25 AM
Re: Law School The LSAT is the single most important test a lawyer will ever take in his career.

Spend the extra money and go with fish.

September 25, 2016, 01:09:15 PM
Re: The Pros And Cons Of Where You Live
Uber in most big/high COL cities is higher than the rest of the country. NJ rates are similar to OH.
That's the beauty of LA: Uber's rates are among the cheapest in the country and it's a big city.

September 28, 2016, 05:55:00 PM