I feel the same ^ It's like I know I won't get into those top tier schools. I keep scoring in the low 150's and I'm thankful. I know I'm not smart. I know I'm not dumb either. I know that not going to a top tier school is going to effect me but I'm not the type of person to let it DICTATE my life. I'm a winner and I know it. I'm great with people and I will be able to suceed if I keep at it. I believe in myself and the only thing that would change my attitudes are if I end up scoring 140-150. I would feel bummed then
I have taken 2 practice tests this weekend and all I can say is I plow through them and then I go and score them. I take a break, review them until I understand why my answer is wrong and the answer credited is right and basically try again. I stop between tests to go over core concepts I may need help understanding. Before the real test on the 2nd of December I will be getting a little bit of tutoring.
Absolutely. When I took my first diagnostic with Testmasters I was 141 and now I'm using their teachings and averaging out at a 152. I've also been working so I've been studying half as much as I should. You should take it. Its a wonderful course
Yes its going to be in the social Sciences area (Previous UCI student here) and trust me, that's not where you want to be taking your LSAT. The tables are all small, and you better hope you are a righty, because I'm a lefty and those sucked for me during classes.
I'm thinking about going to school and taking a part-time cocktail waitressing job my first year, depending on how tough it is to support myself. I've been supporting myself just fine off of $38K per year and I am the type of person who needs spending money $$$ I go crazy living so frugally.