june test be hardest ever.
julie joking, dear. when yu get joke, you know more about lsat.
Julie,I am very disappointed you have dropped your support for Candidate Gump, especially on the verge of crucial primaries. Has he commented publicly?
Quote from: Gordon_Gekko on January 11, 2008, 02:32:19 PMQuote from: Julie Fern on January 11, 2008, 10:08:33 AMjune test be hardest ever.Could you please explain why June will be the hardest test ever? Of all people, I would have expected Gordon Gekko to understand this stuff.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pxsn5Mm6fzAOr are you just a Bud Fox?
Quote from: Julie Fern on January 11, 2008, 10:08:33 AMjune test be hardest ever.Could you please explain why June will be the hardest test ever?
I am considering retaking the LSAT in June and taking a year off because of my terribly disappointing 9 point drop from my avg prep to the actual test. I only studied about 6 weeks for the December test and I think I can do much better. I never did the ground building study because I was so rushed. I read the LG bible and took about 10 PTs. I thought that would be enough but, now I think it may not have been. I will try to improve from a 160 to 170+. Would the following make a good plan? Start light studying in February, learning question types and LG game types, reading scholarly material, taking a PT once a week. March: Two PTs a week and heavier studying. April & May: Full swing. PT every other day and daily studying.How beneficial are the classes? I live in about an hour and a half drive from any city with a class so I think the only realistic option would be online class or a weekend course. Are these helpful?Thanks all.