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Pretty much just gunning for the best program I can get in to. Baylor and the Minnesota come to mind simply because my family have history at both, but I wouldn't turn down a better program, probably.

My story is somewhat unique and I'm not sure how it will affect my chances. I was a totally inept in high school and pulled maybe a 2.0.  I did a stint at a community college starting off with a 1.9 gpa before climbing to a 2.8. Since I transferred to a very reputable school I haven't gotten anything less than an A-. If my trend continues, which it will, I will end up with about a 3.4 come application time. With this shaky history, I want to get a minimum of 166.

I will definitely look into a diagnostic run. Thanks for the advice.

Studying for the LSAT / What should I do before LSAT specific studying?
« on: January 06, 2008, 06:41:36 PM »
I've got slightly under 2 years until application time. This means that I have about a year and a half until test time.  I've read all over that it's not good to start studying more than three or four months ahead of time for fear of running out of materials to actually study.

With that in mind, what can and should I be doing to prepare myself in the mean time? Obviously reading and focusing on comprehension are important, but other insight and advice is appreciated.


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