« on: July 13, 2009, 01:52:05 AM »
Who's course did you take? If I go that route, powerscore looks pretty good.
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To chime in from the other side, I got a 168 on my first LSAT, took the full-length Powerscore course afterwards and got a 176 on the retake. Not saying that dropping a grand is necessary, but at least for me, it was the best $1000 I spent on this whole process.
Thanks for the input, all. There are some fine PT programs, GULC is ranked #1 by US News, but because I live in FL, unless I want to sell my house (which me and the missus are willing to do), the best PT around here is Stetson, who doesn't seem to be all that generous with scholly dough.
One thing at a time - nail the LSAT, see what, if any, offers come and then it's time for decisions, but it's good to have some idea of what's possible.
If you hit a 170 or above, I don't suspect you'll want to stay in Florida at all, as your score will most likely travel well above the rank of UF and FSU. Just be prepared to be as flexible as possible - something which, I know personally, can be tough when you have a family, spouse, roots, etc.