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aquarium set-up

Water Change (20%)WeeklyWater ConditionerWeekly w/water changeFluval Bio-Foam (basket)6 monthsFluval Carbon (basket)1 monthFluval Water Polishing Pad (basket)3 monthsFluval BioMax (basket)3 monthsGasket12 monthsFoam screen foam6 monthsClean filter and hoses6 monthsReplace algae magnet pad3 months

Tank (50 gal acrylic)HeaterLightMoon LightSubstrate: Eco Complete, 84lbsAcrylic cover w/rubber feet 36"x9"x3/16"Slate tiles for substrate supportAccessoriesThermometerTimer for main lightX10 controller for moon lightPower strips (2)Algae scraper magnet (large)Filter SystemFluval 306 FilterCO2 SystemNalgee bottle (32 oz)TubingAir trapBubble counterDiffuserYeastSugarFurnitureCabinetLiving ThingsPlantsSnailsBottom-dwellers / Algae-eatersFish

utah parks

DateActivityTransportationHotelDay 1Fly to SLC
Drive to MoabFly in the morning
DriveCheckin - Hotel TBDDay 2Day trip to Mesa Verde National Park(2 hour drive each way)Day 3Canyonland National Park
Dead Horse State ParkDay 4Arches National Park (rearrange to do sunset at the delicate arch)
Leave Arches as 4pm for SLC airportDrive
Fly home in the eveningCheckout

education

Del Mar High School

High School Diploma

August 1990 - June 1994

GPA 3.50, SAT 1190 (570 English, 620 Math)

San Jose State University

B.A. (cum laude) in Political Science

August 1994 - May 1997

GPA: 3.50/4.00; 3.70 in major.

Santa Clara University School of Law

J.D.

August 1997 - May 2000
LSAT: 157, GPA: 3.27/4.33

congratulations on graduating from law school. now get to work.

Congratulations on finishing law school! I'm sure it feels wonderful... for about a day. Then you realize you're not done yet.  
A few key tips for the next phase:
1. Don't panic.  You went to a good school, got good grades, and you're going through a bar prep program.  You, and 95% of your classmates, will pass.  Just stay on track, and put in your time studying.

2. This is a full time job.  40-50 hours a week - 8 hours a day, 6 days a week type thing.  Don't fall behind, it's really hard to catch up.  But take one day a week completely off and do fun things.  
3. Find the method that works for you.  Lots of people start off outlining, because that's what they did in law school.  It does not scale well for this amount of information.  It's also passive.  Flashcards may work better for you (I carried flash cards with me EVERYWHERE).  But the key is to find what works best for YOU.
4. Broad, not deep.  Your goal is to learn a BROAD range of information, …