t30 or best regional school (money will be equal)

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sflyr2016
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Re: t30 or best regional school (money will be equal)

Postby sflyr2016 » Mon Apr 08, 2013 11:26 pm

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Re: t30 or best regional school (money will be equal)

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Re: t30 or best regional school (money will be equal)

Postby timbs4339 » Tue Apr 09, 2013 12:27 am

joeant wrote:
banjo wrote:
joeant wrote:Those of you who got into HYS and 99% LSAT's please don't use this as an opportunity to speak condescendingly and advise a retake and wait a year.


I did get a 99% LSAT, but didn't get into HYS, so I guess I'm allowed to say retake and wait a year. I also went through the whole "Done with the LSAT, chapter closed" phase, and now realize how ridiculous it was. I ended up raising my score 12 points. Don't throw away your time and money and career on BC.


The night before my first lsat my father had a failed suicide attempt I went in with no sleep and.could not focus and didn't cancel the score and got a 152.

on 2nd try the proctor called time 10 minutes early on games and the room began arguing. Lsac acknowledged it and let me retake for free even tho I spent 3 months prepping.

I retook after 2 more months of prep. My highest pt was a 177 and avg was around 169. I was more nervous than ever on this exam and could not finish my last rc or game and I tend finish the exam. I scored a 161. Initially it was not what I desired, but I accepted it and I will not allow another yr to go by. I know I am capable of scoring higher but I am happy with my options and want to get started. Just want to make the right choice among my options.

I've been thru a lot. I will not retake and am excited to move to the next chapter in my life. I appreciate all advice but that's the decision I have made.


You need to retake. Worst case you end up with the same options. Best case scenario: depending on your GPA, sky's the limit. Maybe knowing you have gotten in already will calm those nerves.




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