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Studying for the LSAT / Re: LSAT as an indicator
« on: February 20, 2004, 04:17:32 PM »

Wow, I won't be as long-winded as the lot of you, I write too much already at work.  I just wanted to comment on the original post. I agree with you on the point related to finding studying fun.  I enjoyed the majority of the time studying for the LSAT, the way it makes me think is quite like Discrete Math.  In any event, further along in my studies, when the games section just "clicked" with me, I realized that I really do like thinking the way the LSAT forces you to, and that I made the right decision in embarking on this journey towards law school.  I just hope law school is as challenging and fun. 

Law School Admissions / My Situation
« on: February 11, 2004, 06:08:31 PM »
I've been out of school for four years working in the Env. consulting field.  I was a double major UG in Biology and Environmental Geography. Unfortunately I only had a 2.67 UGPA. I worked around 30 hours/week throughout college.  My LSAT is around 160.  What's the assessment? Anyone? Do I have many options for Law School?::)

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Cancelling My Score
« on: February 10, 2004, 04:55:29 PM »
I knew going into the Feb LSAT that I hadn't prepared for the Logical Reasoning as much as I should.  I had scored 21/24 on some sections and then there were the times I score a mere 17.  I didn't finish the LR sections during the LSAT and had to just bubble in the last 4 or 5.  I feel that spending some time between now and June, I can learn to pace myself better. I need to spend as much time on the other two sections as I did with games and I should have the same kind of improvement. I don't think that all that I've learned thus far will be gone by June, in fact, I kind of feel relieved knowing I have more time.  The methods I've learned with regards to games will surely stick with me with a little practice and the extra time spent on the other sections will give me the confidence I need to score what I know I should.  Thanks for all of your suggestions. I'm taking a study break for a week or so, and then back on the horse.

Studying for the LSAT / Cancelling My Score
« on: February 08, 2004, 10:03:01 AM »
I have been taking practice LSATS for some time now, and was able to tell that I didn't do as well as I could of yesterday (21/21 on the experimental section just doesn't do you any good)on the real thing. Anyway, I was thinking about cancelling my score.  Does anyone have input on whether or not this will count against me in any way during admissions?  Hopefully I can be a bit more prepared and get the luck of the draw in June.

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