I am writing to address my nine-point increase between my October 2010 score of 15* to my December 2010 score of 16*. Two weeks prior to my October 2010 exam, I had continuous exams for every one of my classes and was mentally and physically exhausted. Combined with test day anxiety, I do not believe my October LSAT accurately reflects the potential of my abilities. Rather, the December 2010 LSAT, when I was able to avoid exhaustion prior to the exam, is a better indication of my aptitude as a future law student.
thoughts? There was also the factor that I prepared more adequately and understood the test more the second time around...
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