Congrats...Hopefully I will be as blessed as you...I am on reserve list at CLS
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Messages - lizette112162
« on: March 07, 2007, 03:52:48 PM »
U r not an idiot. I am kinda in the same predicament. I sat for the test in Decmber but had to cancel because I was no nervous that I could not comprehend any of the LR Statements. I beliveI had a 130 on that test cos of nerves and not getting enough sleep the night before. I was awake for like 6 hours so I had 2 hours of sleep and though I had had breakfast that day...for some reason ...my tummy started growling after the second section. I decided to sign up for the February test and I felt so good about the test. I started at 141 and was scoring in 158-162 range so I knew that I would get a 160 on my LSAT. I had a 153....I almost fainted when I saw the score......was depressed the whole night ...I could not sleep untill 4 in the morning then on Saturday I devised a strategy......a retake in September.....
I am going to see how this cycle goes. My score gives me a 1% - 11% chance at the law schools I apiled to.. Muracles happen everday so I am keeping my fingers crossed.
I remember the day vividly, JUNE 23 2006. That was the day I decided to go to law school. I had actually planned to be lawyer ever since I was seven years old so that decision was not a surprise to my friends and family. During the summer, I discovered LSD, Top law school and a couple of other law school related websites. The LSAT resources on these websites were awesone and before I knew it, I had spent about 300 doolars on Powerscore books and other recommended LSAT books. But I did not feel that I had the skills to perform well on the LSAT so I decided to go to LSAT classes.
There was one problem though.....I did not have a driver's licence and a car. For several months I had relied on friends ...but I realized that the drive to Los Angeles would be too much for my friends. So I signed up for driving lessons and spent nearly 400 dollars learning how to drive. I almost got into an accident that nearly killed me and my driving instructor. Anyway I got the license and with a month to the LSAT classes, rented a car from Enterprise to get accustomed to the car.
A month later I was driving to LA.....so if you were in LA during December and January, and noticed a the driver who was going betweeb 60-65 that was more likely to be me!!!
So right now I am awaiting my score like veryone else...I will have three options once I get the score either to jump off a bridge, lose my insanity or have a party. Most likely...to have a party