« on: September 22, 2006, 03:45:20 PM »
I was scheduled to take the Sept. 30th LSAT, and due to a crazy summer of working double shifts (day and night), I felt it would not be in my interest to take this test at this time. I have taken simulated tests and a "course" on how to excel on the LSAT so I believe the resources to make a successful result are in my grasp, yet I will need to follow this up with practice, practice, practice.
My mock tests were producing 140's. Not good at all. I live in a competitive region, and so the incentive to get into a top tier school is priority number one. Your thoughts? I welcome them positive or negative.
I have another question to you all.
How much weight would one put into "member posts" websites such as lawschoolnumbers.com? Lawschoolnumbers.com appears to be accurate, however, I have seen a lot of "yeah right" accepted students who appear to have a low, low, GPA, and their LSAT score was say 165, and as a result, they had their choice of school. Thoughts?