First and foremost, thank you very much for your service to our country. I can not imagine the set of big brassy ones it takes to volunteer to be an infantryman at a time when our nation is fighting two wars at once. So, thank you.Second, I really can't address the meat of your question, but just wanted to point out that you may wish to look at University of Toledo. I think, in the scheme of things, it is considered a half-tick below Wayne, but pretty darned close.The reason I say this is that we have internships with the University's sports department. One recent grad went straight from law school to work for Ohio State's NCAA compliance department.Just a thought. Best of luck to you. I think if you can get in to Marquette, that's worth it. All things being equal, I'd probably pick Wayne over Toledo, but you may be able to get some big scholarship $$$ that would make Toledo more attractive. If you come here, I'll be the first to buy a veteran a drink.
Jennings7,Much like you I took a diagnostic test, although my test environment was more accommodating than your was. I ended up with a 153, but more important (in my mind) than the score was that I seemed to score fairly closely across the various sections.With this in mind I have started off with two task. Going over the diagnostic test at a very leisurely rate, trying to understand why the right answers are right and why the wrong answers are not right (or not the best answer...). Also I am starting to work on my skills related to the Logical Reasoning (LR) section. I picked this section because the test will have two LR sections, so improvements in this section will pay bigger dividends than that of the other sections. To help me in this effort I am reading the PowerScore LR Bible.Once I have completed the LR Bible, I plan to try another practice exam to see where I stand and then evaluate from there. Given that I work full time (in a job that requires a considerable amount of additional training performed mostly on my own time), spend about three hours a day commuting and have a family, this process is going to take longer than I want it to. Currently I am aiming to take the LSAT either June or October of 2013, so I do have some time to work with.Good luck with your test prep, please keep us informed of how things are progressing for you.
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