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Studying for the LSAT / Re: February Score Results
« on: March 04, 2003, 09:29:13 AM »
Your point is well  taken but I don't really see how that's really any different.  The main thing is if you want it bad enough it will happen.  It may not happen this year  :-[ but eventually it will ;D.  So what are you learning in this class?  It's a bar exam prep course?  

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: February Score Results
« on: March 04, 2003, 06:11:33 AM »
Pun: Don't count yourself out yet.  I have been reading these discussion boards and so many people tell others to take a year off or give it up.  And honestly they are full of it.  It depends solely on the schools in which you applied for that will determine if you should take a year off and study harder.  I studied for months straight and still boched my test. I have a best friend in law school who has informed me of many people in her class that messed up their LSAT and one of them had to just take it again in June as a condition of her acceptance.  I called my schools and got the range that they were looking for and I am keeping my fingers crossed.  So don't worry no matter what idiot tells you that you should.  Life is going to go on and as far as myself I have wanted to be an attorney since I can remember and there isn't anything going to stop me from that.  I have 3 girls (two of which were born while in undergrad), I managed to maintain a 3.0, work full time, go to school full time at night and walk across that stage.  And there is no way a bad LSAT score is going to take my dream away.  And you shouldn't let it either.  If not this year then next year.  I work for an top attorney who went to law school when he was 30 and we are in a public sector so he has worked himself hard.  Bottom line.......DON'T GIVE UP.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: February Score Results
« on: March 04, 2003, 03:16:50 AM »
No that letter hasn't reached me yet but I know it's coming.  I have gotten one update since registering but there was basically nothing on it till recently.  So I'll just keep my fingers crossed until then.  Good luck with school.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: February Score Results
« on: March 03, 2003, 09:18:25 AM »
I registered already but I don't see anything that says what my gpa is according to them.  What section is it in?  Or did they send you out a letter with that information on it?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: February Score Results
« on: March 03, 2003, 08:46:08 AM »
I hope you are very satisfied with your score.  I really think it all depends on what school you are applying for.  I applied to Suffolk Law School and New England School both of which I would attend part-time at nights (I have three daughters to feed).  Suffolk is a first tier but put a lot of emphasis into stressing that they don't count you out over your lsats. And New England the same but my 143 was within their accepted range.  So now I will wait and see.  If you're going to apply you should do it asap because the last LSAT exam was Feb. and that will determine the incoming class.  How do you go about getting LSAC to calculate your gpa?  I read about it on some of the other discussions but when I go to Lsac.org nothing pops up.  Good luck! ;)

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Studying for the LSAT / February Score Results
« on: March 01, 2003, 02:44:38 AM »
Has anyone called telescore today to get their score early?  I just did and disappointed to find out that I got a 143 (21%).  The only good thing is that I only applied to two schools with evening programs and one of them luckily is looking between a 143 and 161.  My gpa is 3.0.  No responses yet from the schools.  What did you get? :'( :'(

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Powerscore vs. Testmaster vs. Others
« on: June 26, 2003, 07:51:25 AM »
I took the weekend class in January and really loved it.  However, I freaked out about three days prior to the test and just needed some clarification on a section and I emailed my instructor day and night, he was a student and claimed he checked his email all the time.  Needless to say he never responded and I absolutely bombed on the test.  Not that I'm blaming him but I still feel for $400 I should of gotten an email to help me relax and final explanations.  If you do it just make sure you get more than an email.  Good luck.

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I answered this on your other post in General.

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