I plan on taking a year or two off in between undergrad and law school in order to gain world experience and make sure law school is exactly where I want to be. This semester, I purposely scheduled my classes so that I would have a lot of down time and no job. I'm a junior, and of course, most juniors planning to go to LS are prepping for the LSAT this spring so they can take it in June.
My question: I have plenty of time to study this semester. Should I just take the LSAT in June and let the score sit for a year or two before applying to LS? I'm not sure how busy any future full-time jobs would be and if they'd allow me to study as well.
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Sure, why not study for 5 months and take the LSAT while you have the time? LSAT scores are good for 5 years. And if you want, you always have time to retake later.
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