Alexandros wrote:Do y'all think intro economics would be good to have ... for the LSAT /
life / OCI / doing something that's not law school ? Asking for a friend.
Honestly, probably not. Basic economics is fairly intuitive and is just putting formal education to a lot of stuff I, personally at least, find extremely intuitive. Then again, maybe there is something from micro or macro that I don't remember, but I don't think that's the case.
dj9i27 wrote: 34iplaw wrote: dj9i27 wrote: 34iplaw wrote:
dj9i27 wrote:My LSAC books are considered a business expense.
When you're tentatively done studying, but you still order LSAT books
Did you re-up? I like ordering 72-81 in those separate packets because it simulates the test book on the day of reckoning.
81 will be June right? Feb will be some weird number if ever released. I ordered 19-28 (didn't have it) and I can't find my 29-38 book, but I'm certain I have one / did almost all of it.
Do you think they'll release some February tests before September? I'd be so happy if they did.
How sure are you on the retake?
SuperPrep 1 was published late Oct 2007...
SuperPrep 2 was published June 2015...
I'd guess probably not, but I don't know.
I don't know how sure I am on a retake. I haven't really given a thought to seriously prepping yet. If I do, I suspect I'll be doing some back to basics LR since I seem to be a LGod and pretty strong at RC now.