Cavalier wrote:I disagree. After taking the LSAT I had no idea how I did, and after bombing it the first time, the wait for the retake score was just awful, since I knew that if I didn't improve I'd have to take a year off and try again. Basically, it was the most important test in my life, at the time.
Now that I've gotten into a good law school, I figure that I'll probably be OK regardless of what my grades are, unless I did absolutely terrible. I'm still very curious what I got, but I don't find the wait worse than the LSAT.thesealocust wrote:My plan is practice the following in front of a mirror, and use it as often as necessary:
"Thanks for the opportunity to practice evasive lawyering: No comment"
I'm going to ask you what your grades are just to hear that.
if someone asks me how my grades are, i am just going to be upfront and tell whoever asks that i will not share them with anyone.