The seven point difference in my LSAT test scores from December 2008 to September 2009 is best explained by the different approaches used to study for the LSAT before and after the December 2008 exam. For the December 2008 LSAT, I enrolled in an accelerated LSAT prep program and relied primarily on their strategies. Knowing this score wasn’t representative of my ability; I decided to retake the LSAT in September of 2009 and this time focused on independent study and my own test methods. I feel that my September 2009 LSAT score is more indicative of my abilities and I am confident that the same dedication will help me succeed at XYZ school.
This is a combination of some of your suggestions on the board.
Thoughts - it's ok to be brutal
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