How can SO many people spell the word 'their' by using 'there' ??!!
The grammar is faulty(it may be a typo).
I'm sick and tired of the ill-educated tw!ts coming on here with their ridiculous questions(not necessarily this one).
Countless answers are absurd and childish and rude and utterly inane, yet they keep on coming.
I'm on here in a serious 'vein' - the rest of you should be too. This is NOT a plaything to use in anonymity, simply because all that can happen to you is to be reported and deleted.
Sad story that. The rules should be MUCH stricter, IMHO.
To the asker - I really don't care about republicans. I prefer liberal Democrats and Democrats in general.
Your question may be of importance to you, but it means nothing to me or to countless Y/A members who would rather post about issues AT THE TOP OF THE FOOD CHAIN.
We cannot be bothered with the mundane topic(s) in your rather run-on question, which definitely shows a lack of knowledge of proper grammar.
Sorry about that.
Step one: finish HS with a good GPA. Take all classes you can to challenge yourself intellectually and to develop a strong sense of self confidence.. Strong English/writing/critical thinking skills. Get on the debate team, and possibly take acting as well. Stay out of trouble. Get a job. You will need the experience and the money.
Step two: get a 4 year degree. Any major is fine. You might want to get one in something you can use if you do not become a lawyer. Sorry to say, the law field is over-saturated, and law school graduates are having serious trouble finding jobs. Get good grades. Same focus as above. Plus, get involved in whatever organizations you can to help you to see first-hand some of the civil rights issues people face on a daily basis.Also work while in school. College graduates with no work experience are having it rough trying to get hired.
Step three: apply to lots of law schools. Get accepted and attend. Get involved. Network like crazy, you're going to need it to find a job.Pass the bar.
Step four: find a job