« on: August 15, 2005, 08:28:28 PM »
I'd say take it in October with out hesitation. You still have a month and a half and that's all you really need to study for the test. Personally I "overstudied" if that makes any sense and saw my scores peak then fall. Had I done it again, I would have studied for about 7 or eight weeks and been done with it. There's not all that much skillwise to learn for the test. Good luck!
Hey thanks guys. I'll definately hit the books for the next month and a half and will sign up for the October test. Considering what some of you have said about being waitlisted if you wait later to apply than it looks like I don't have a choice
Hey jeb, from what I understand you can take your lsat wherever you are. If you happen to be in Mongolia and no lsat centers exist, I believe you have to pay something like $300 to set one up near you, well in advance ofcourse, and voila, you're on your way.
I have one last question: for those of you who've been studying for the october test, how long have you been studying for?