Well the reason I want to take it then is because the way the program is set up I will only be taking 2 or 3 courses while over there and from what I've heard classes only meet about once a week and have almost no work besides the final exam/paper. This would leave me plenty of extra time during the week to study. I can't think of any other time in my yearly schedule which I will have close to this amount of free time to study before my senior year. Also, I am already fluent in German so learning the language/translating for classes will be no problem for me. I figure if I set up my schedule so that I only have one or two days of classes per week (ive heard this is very easy to do), then I have the rest of the week to study and 'experience' Germany. Also, as much as it sucks, I will be on a limited budget over there so traveling around Europe all the time is not really an option. Has anyone here taking the LSAT abroad? From what I've researched, I would have to take it in Paris, which I think I remember someone on this board saying that the conditions weren't the best. Thanks again!!