Got my first set of law school grades back...

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  1. michael

    michael FLORIDA > *

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    Well, I abandoned the gym...couldnt find time for studying + working out, but it has paid off..

    Got an A in Contracts, Torts.. a B in my writing class and i'm waiting for my Crim law class.. sitting with a 3.72, and I'm guessing top 10 in my class :bowdown:

    Im gonna try to schedule more gym time in this semester, but we'll see how it goes :hs:
     
  2. Foty

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    good job, not easy by any means.
     
  3. DTR rex

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    Great job dude!

    Study hard... I hear second year puts your balls in a vice and leaves ZERO time for anything else.

    You planning on staying out of the gym until after you graduate?
     
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    I'd advise developing a secondary route after you get that BS in Biology. There is absolutely no job market for bachelors degrees in biology. I only know this because my girl finished with a BS bio major and chem minor. There are no jobs for her and all her friends who graduated with the same degree.

    Make sure you're prepared to attend graduate school. Whether it be med school, nursing school, pharmacy school, masters in Bio research, etc...

    She just took the GRE (graduate school entrance exam) and starting to apply at masters programs for nuclear medicine, bio/chem research, and radiology. Most of her friends with Bio degrees that can't get into graduate programs (due to grades or GRE scores) are stuck working retail at malls or doing secretary work.
     
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    I'm thinking of a BA in Bio then going on to dental school...we'll see how that goes
     
  6. Benigma

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    Doing straight law or a double degree?

    Good work btw.
     
  7. Shroomy

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    i hear they just give out A's at Nova law. and why is this in f&n anyways
     
  8. Blade

    Blade Time to swolercize

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    good work mike!
     
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    Looks like he's in the US. I did double Law and graduated with Honours in 2006. I managed to find time to get jacked while at uni. :dunno:
     
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    Get back in the gym PUSSY!!
     
  11. Buzz Killington

    Buzz Killington nunc fortunatus sum

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    Good job brosef.

    Think about a way to get some gym time in. You will be more focused and you'll feel better. Law school blows ass. I wrecked my health before I knew any better.
     
  12. 4cd-Air

    4cd-Air Rape seemed like the next logical step

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    you need to start researching secretary candidates to bone. Any successful law school grad needs one or two assistants to suck him off after the gym.
     
  13. Sonic

    Sonic Live every day to the fullest, for yesterday is go

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    You don't have 30 minutes twice a week to go to the gym?

    Congrats BTW.
     
  14. Ricer

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    takes a little more time than that to workout successfully..
     
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    fuuuuuuuuuuuck school.
     
  16. timberwolf

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    Not according to Mike Mentzer.:o

    Still, better to not go at all then?
     
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    Impressive - better than I did my first semester. I probably should've taken it more seriously than I did. Enjoy your first year, second year SUCKS BALLS.
     
  19. Sonic

    Sonic Live every day to the fullest, for yesterday is go

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    Seems as though time is at a premium for him. An hour a week will be more than enough to pretty much maintain as opposed to not going at all for 4 months and having to rebuild, no?
     
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    have some moderation in your life, there's always time for gym
     
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    You have to make time for the gym, i even was able to. It took me damn 7 years to graduate college with an associates in Forensics and a Ba in criminal justice with a gpa of 3.5. At the time i was running a part time business, working a job from 7am-4 pm and home depot from 6-11 pm. Different days had school etc, but i was still able to get there, that included driving 300 miles per day as well, sometimes 200 if i got lucky. I was tired all the time, did suck alot i cant imagine doing it again. Great job man, wish i had the money to further my education.
     
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    I start med school in 1 month, hoping I can maintain lifting and study.
     
  23. michael

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    there's actually a forced curve to 2.7, so getting an A is damn near impossible ;)
     
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    michael FLORIDA > *

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    as if you even know what a gym is, toothpick.
     
  25. chizzle

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    :eek3: I thought 3.2 at my school was bad...
     
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