So, I've pretty much been freaking out about the upcoming Dec. 2 since I can't seem to improve my score by even a point, leaving me in the mid150s, and blowing my dreams of top 20 or even top tier law school. So, on the verge of a nervous breakdown, I went to my doctor in the hopes of getting addreall or some other tweak-inducing drug to help me maximize my time. Instead, she told me to "chill the hell out" and prescribed me Ativan. Go figure.
I can't believe these obnoxious Michigan students, who use the board not to share information, but to socialize (as pathetic as that is)
I began studying in August for the September test. I took Princeton Review and numerous practice tests. My score went from a 151 to a 155. I wasn't ready for Septempber, so I postponed until December. Then, I got a private tutor. I took a Powerscore weekend course. I took more practice tests. I have spent more than 100 hours and nearly $3,000 prepping for this test. I have never felt so dissapointed in myself in my life. I am a good student, an excellent employee, and I have never thought of myself as "average." Yet average seems to be the best I can do. I went to the Dr. looking for ANYTHING that can help. I'm desperate.
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