Thanks guys. I really appreciate your inputs. IClawstud, I will definetly start timing individualized sections. I've been using Powerscore material which is neatly divided, so that should help!
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There is a huge discrepancy between my timed and untimed tests. With the former, my score falls by roughly 30-40 percent. I have such a difficult time focusing on the test and not the time. I've been trying not to focus on the damn thing but the minute that I bring the silent timer out, panic sets in. Any suggestions?
Chucky & GillestheGreat, thanks for your response. You're right. I know a degree from both institutions are valued. I didn't mean to come off as being arrogant, but I like going into something being confident. Though, not over confident. That is why I made it clear that it wouldn't matter all that much. A degree in any other school would be just fine. Again, I will take both of your advice and try to do well on the LSAT. Thanks for the post.
rpk8785, thanks for that wonderful post:P !! It seems as if you have a problem with reading comprehension. As I stated in my posts, I would love to attend these schools, but if it doesn't happen, what difference will it make? You folks talk as if one cannot be successful without attending Harvard or Yale. I am optimistic, and yes I do think a 3.8 GPA (95%) out of 4.0 (100%)from U of T is damn near gorgeous. I worked hard for the sh*t, so don't come talking that horseshit about "it really isn't that great". You're obviously one disgruntled person. If I get a 165 on the lsat and stayed in Toronto. Frankly, I wouldn't give a flying f^ck! Once again, thanks for the response.
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