« on: May 20, 2011, 09:33:05 AM »
You a PA resident? NJ? If yes, shoot to transfer to temple or camden, depending on residency. You'll want to keep your debt as low as possible.
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Not to knock Temple, but it really isn't a good deal unless you have in-state.
I'd look hard at your in-state school instead.
It really isn't worth it to take on $150-180K in debt outside a dozen or so top law schools.
I agree with blue on this. It seems that the difficulty you face stems from accuracy, rather than timing.
One could conceivably score much higher than 140-142 by slowing down and aiming to answer only 75% of the total answers, for example.
I would recommend that you stop doing timed practice tests and focus purely on improving your performance on each and every question type. Do this untimed. Come back when you're answering 95-100% of the answers correctly in this manner.