Hi everyone, I am new to this board and hope someone can give me some reassurance. I am currently in my sophmore year of my undergraduate studies. I have a paralegal certificate and have worked for a law firm for 4 years, in fact the law firm I am employed with has paid 80% of my paralegal certificate, however I am paying for my bachelors myself. My major is political sciences and my minor is women's studies. I have a 3.7gpa. I am a very bad testaker and get hot flashes everytime I look at an LSAT practice question. My critical thinking needs improvement, and I hope that once I fulfill my general education critical thinking requirment for my b.a., that will improve. So my question is, how do I prepare, and is it too soon to prepare as I am only a sophmore? Also, and I hope to gain some reassurance here, how low can my LSAT score be and still be accepted to a decent state school? Thanks for your help!
I think 155 would be a little closer to average. You should have confidence that with a few months of practice you'll have no prob. getting at least a 155. Also, that was exactly my motivation to go back to school & finish undergrad.
If you have any elective space or time take a Logic class at school or local community college. May help and its cheaper than a course.
Have you completed a timed practice test yet?
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