well I am enrolled in an accelerated Princeton Review LSAT prep course. I started off by taking a practice exam the first day to see where I was, and as I thought I was pretty unfamiliar with the process. I scored a 137
But, at least it wasn't a 120....lol. Princeton review guarantee's a 10 point gain from the first test given or your money back. My teacher said I should expect to gain about 10 percentage points (whatever that means)
I have a month of three 3.5 hours classes a week, and weekly practice tests. I felt good after the first class having several "Ah Ha" moments when she explained the techniques for taking the exam. I am not applying at top tier schools, so I'm not overly concerned with getting an absolute high score. I'd be happy with a 150-160. Being a URM will work to my advantage but thats not what I'm banking on. I have a high GPA, highly regarded LOR's, I hold public office, heavily involved in the community and tons of valuable life experiences to bring to the table.
I registered with lsac for the dec. 4th exam and I am really excited to move to the next phase in this process.