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jrobsontampa:
Hello All!  This is my first post in LSD but I've been reading this boards for quite a while now.  My name is John and I am currently in the process of applying to law school.  I took the LSAT roughly two years ago and did pretty poorly (a 143 if I can remember correctly).  Bottom line, my head or heart was not in it the first time.  I studied hard for a few weeks, took a prep test, but fell off during the last months before the test and bombed.  I guess that's life when you're not 120% committed. 

Anyway, I am currently in the process of preparing for the LSAT/ applying again for the Fall 2013 semester.  Save it, I know I'm late in the game but this is why I'm putting my heart and soul into the LSAT this time around.  I'm older and more committed so I'm hoping for better results.

On to the subject of my post.  I have been studying for roughly a month now and I believe that I could benefit from going through this with other individuals.  So if there is anyone else out there that is planning on taking the Feb. or even June LSAT, please post on this board so that we may get together and devise some sort of plan to conquer this together.  Two, three, four, or five brains are always better than one.

I appreciate your time and look forward to hearing from anyone.

Julie Fern:
february test be hardest ever.

Groundhog:
I know you know you're applying late, but won't February be too late for the LSAT? Many schools only accept December. If schools do accept a February LSAT score, they may have given away many of the competitive seats.

However, applications are down this year, so that may help you.

Julie Fern:
there exemption for rodents.

Groundhog:
Luckily, I'm not applying!

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