posted on Aug, 3 2011 @ 09:12 PM
I'm feeling kind of hopeless at this point in time about my LSAT score. Yesterday I lowered the time for my practiced Tests down to the mandatory
35mins. Well, this didn't help my score, in fact it has discouraged me a lot. I'm still pushing through but my highest score pushes 161 (that's
45min a section) and my lowest score is 154 (35min a section). Courses, I can not really do, as I'm going to be away for school once again in a few
weeks. I've been working with a Princeton Review Book and the PowerScore bibles along with old LSATs.
I'm planning on taking the test October 1st. If I don't receive my desired score (165+) I try again in December...but I need a high score to get
into a Law School that can guarantee a decent job upon graduation; furthermore, a high score can guarantee Scholarships and Stipends which will help
ease the burden of the costs. A lot rides on this score, and it's kind of getting to me.
If anyone has tips, helpful information, or just kind words of encouragement, please contribute...I would find it to be very helpful.