WOW.. this was really funny. If you take LSAT that seriously you will fail... Just chill out.
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Is anyone out there studying for the LSAT that is not an English native speaker? I am so lost right now, feeling like the only person who not only has to deal with the LSAT maze, but also has to deal with the fact that English is not my first language. My score is just so bad compared to the other obsessed souls out here that I am even afraid to mention it. I have been studying for 6 months now and my score seems to be stuck in one place for the past few weeks. I improved about 6-7 points from the first time I took the test, but this is still very unsatisfactory for me. My freaking GPA from a first tier university is 3.78, but the LSAT is killing me. Do you guys have the same problem???