I have done some drafting and redrafting of my personal statement, and would appreciate anyone who is willing to take the time out to tear it apart. If you are willing, please let me know here or pm me. Again, thank you to all who are willing.
Alienating yourself from a diverse group of indiviuals that could greatly assist you in improving on a test you obviously struggled with seems a bit unwise. Good luck on your retake, whether you choose to study hard or not.
Edit: Sweep, is that you playing rubber guard in your avatar?
I'll be taking next September's LSAT as well. I've started sunfunliving's six month study plan, but have spread it out a little bit. Also, I'm saving the ten latest LSAT prep tests for the final weeks leading up to the actual exam. I figure that with enough prep I can get my 153 diagnostic up to the 170 range.Good luck on your prep.