« on: December 12, 2005, 10:40:52 PM »
Does one cancelled LSAT record give bad impression on the Law schools? Would it affect my chances on getting admitted??
monday i believe
I was scoring high 150's-low 160's. Ended up bombing the reading comp, kicked ass in the LR, and getting stuck on games (my best section). I know it had to do with my emotional state at the time (some fam. issues), I should have cancelled, 152. I am confident I can score over a 160 next time around, If i get a 162+ the 10 point increase will look favorable for me. We'll see what happens.
Anyone else giving themselves more time?
god will someone please fix the title of this thred. it is bugging the sh*t out of me
Brookyln Law school-reach/target
pick a safety, hofstra, seton hall, st johns come to mind.
I have taken about 11 practice tests and worked my way from a 154 to a 166. Not bad, but the score jump was mainly because of an increase in my Games score. My LR has stayed the same. I have read through the LRBible but still seem to struggle on them. The worst part is, I will go through the test thinking I got almost every one right. I am so confident when I do the test. I also go over the answers when I am done and am able to see why I got the questions wrong. Perhaps I'm just dumb.
What am I doing wrong?