« on: April 14, 2009, 08:41:36 AM »
Get a real LSAT 1st, and then we can talk. Most people score several points below their practice test scores. While you may be the exception, on average, you are not.
Plus, regardless of law school acceptance, you might have an issue with the bar. Again, one thing at a time. Take the LSAT, get a real score, then we can figure it out.
Point well taken. I'm hearing that from a lot of people now about a performance drop on the real thing.
In terms of the bar, I need to research this. What I am hoping is that being 11 years removed from any transgression will help me to make a good case.